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By William Green

ISBN-10: 0710600607

ISBN-13: 9780710600608

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It must be understood that it is impossible to measure with exactitude the political influences of such a book, but the importance of Bochenski was recognized throughout the Polish emigré press following his death in action near Ancona, Italy, in 1944. A. Zbyszewski, in the distinguished London Polish newspaper Wiadomosci, on December 7, 1947, went so far as to describe Adolf Bochenski as the greatest Polish intellectual of the 20th century, thus placing him, at least in this respect, ahead of Roman Dmowski.

He added that the general Polish attitude toward the treaty was one of distrust. Beck confided that he intended to base his own future policy on Pilsudski’s instructions. Hitler, who hoped that these instructions were favorable to Germany, made no comment, but he probably considered Beck’s remark to be extremely naive. Beck added that Pilsudski had been profoundly convinced that the decision to improve German-Polish relations was correct. Beck concluded from this conversation that Hitler was alarmed by Pilsudski’s death, and feared that it might lead to the deterioration of German-Polish relations.

23 It should be added that Pilsudski’s willingness to throttle a weak Germany in 1933 provides no clue to the policy he might have pursued toward a strong Germany in 1939. Hitler told a British correspondent on February 12, 1933, that the status quo in the Polish Corridor contained injustices for Germany which would have to be removed. The Conservative Government in Danzig several days later adopted a defiant attitude toward Poland in a dispute concerning the mixed Danzig-Polish Harbor Police Commission.

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