Accident - the Death of General Sikorski by David Irving

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P. 10 Nor was he allowed to board this plane. C. plane, which stood less chance of being molested by German fighter aircraft on its way to England. 11 No. 511 Squadron’s maintenance unit was commanded by Sergeant Norman Moore, an expert in Liberators, who had been to California for the Liberator maintenance course run by the manufacturers. He and ten airmen of his unit had been waiting to service the Liberator as it arrived that Saturday afternoon. There were three corporals in his unit: Davis was the fitter, Hopgood was the electrician and Alexander was instruments.

On this Saturday afternoon; General Mason-Macfarlane asked Lubienski to meet him on the airfield then. 5 His papers and partly completed memoirs reveal him first as military attaché in a succession of key capitals of European prewar intrigue, then as the Director of Military Intelligence in France in 1940, and latterly as the head of the British Military Mission in Moscow, appointed immediately after the German invasion in June 1941. Unfortunately, he was accident-prone: as a youth he had broken his neck while playing polo, and as military attaché in Hungary he had suffered a further crippling spinal injury in a car accident.

But the British at least must have recognised that so long as the eastern territories of Poland were at stake, the most powerful blight on Polish-Soviet harmony might become General Sikorski himself. 95 General Sikorski prepared to leave London in the fourth week of May. Just before he left, he wrote one final letter to Mr Churchill, This PDF version: © Focal Point Publications 2000 Report errors 36 accident: the death of general sikorski who had now returned from a trip to America. Sikorski sent to Churchill a document from occupied Poland proving that there was complete agreement there with his policies.

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