Truman Papers: Telegram (?)

No. 1148
President Bierut to President Truman 1

Accepting with thanks your invitation2 conveyed in the name of the Heads of the Three Governments I have the honor to inform that the Polish Government send the following representatives:

  • Edward Osóbka-Morawski, Prime-Minister of the Provisional Government of National Unity,
  • S. Mikołajczyk, Vice-Premier,
  • W. Rzymowski, Foreign Minister.

The question under discussion being of exceptional importance for Poland, I shall also come to Potsdam as my presence might prove to be expedient.

I take this occasion [etc.]

Boleslaw Bierut
  1. This message probably was transmitted through Soviet channels. It is apparently a translation from the Russian, since the names of the Polish officials are given in the source text as Eduard Osubka-Moravski, S. Mikolaichik, V. Zhimovski, and Boleslav Berut.
  2. See document No. 1147.