25 September 2000 Jerzy Giedroyc, who died recently in Paris, witnessed the whole of Poland’s 20th-century history. After 1939, when the Polish government had evacuated itself to Romania in the face of the advancing Germans and Russians, he lived the life of an emigrant. By then, he was already an employee of the Ministry of […]

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