Poland - Chapter 10, pgs. 508-556 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, pgs. 508-556 Summary

Janko Buk became famous during the four week recess of the talks. He was allowed to fly to Tokyo for a television interview and is coached by the Polish government for the interview. From Tokyo he went to New York for interviews and then to Detroit. Buk visited American farms owned by Poles and is amazed at how easy it is for them to obtain spare parts. He is invited to lunch at the White House. Back in New York, he met with scholars, diplomats and businessmen to discuss the situation in Poland. When Buk leaves New York, he goes to the Vatican to meet the Pope. From Rome he went to Vienna where he met with Polish refugees living at a camp. He learned how and why they left Poland—they left because there was no hope...

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