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Władysław Sikorski

Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile, Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Armed Forces, and a vigorous advocate of the Polish cause in the diplomatic sphere

Władysław Sikorski

Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile, Commander-in-Chief of the Polish Armed Forces, and a vigorous advocate of the Polish cause in the diplomatic sphere

Prime Minister Chamberlain strongly expressed the British government's decision to wage war until victory. On this occasion, he mentioned the overthrow of Hitler and his regime. At that time, General Sikorski noticed that neither the overthrow of Hitler or the removal of his friends nor the collapse of the Nazi regime, e.g. for generals, was an acceptable solution. The struggle is for something stronger, namely, Prussia as an exponent of the partitioning, aggressive tendencies that revive the German nation today.

According to the resolution of the Council of Ministers as of November 8, I am establishing the Committee of Ministers for National Affairs. Its task, as set out in the resolution, is to control all matters related to the Country, as well as the secret efforts of the Nation to free the Republic from the occupation. Preparation for an active fight against the enemy is the responsibility of the Union of Armed Struggle - a top-secret military organization whose establishment has been approved by the Council of Ministers.