Mikołajczyk Papers

No. 1392
Diary Entry by the Polish Deputy Prime Minister (Mikołajczyk)1


A Polish-American conference was held at the headquarters of the Polish Delegation2 concerning a transaction with regard to 2,500 tons of coal to be delivered to the American occupation sector in Berlin. The transaction was based on a payment in dollars, but the Polish side retained the right to accept oil or gasoline in payment for the supply of coal. The Americans would provide railroad freight cars for the coal and would send them to the place of loading.

  1. Cf. ante, p. 480.
  2. At 10 Domgasse, Babelsberg. See Lane, I Saw Poland Betrayed, p. 130.