General Sikorski


… died this week 70 years ago
on 4th July 1943
when his plane crashed into the sea off Gibraltar …

… and the conspiracy theories continue …
was it an accident?
was the airplane tampered with on the runway?
did Churchill or Stalin order it?

… Poland’s Institute for National Remembrance
is near to completing its investigations
but we may never know what really happened …

~ by marysia on 5 July 2013.

4 Responses to “General Sikorski”


  2. We should be grateful to the brave Polish — pilots, mechanics and ground staff — served in the Polish air force during the 2nd world war in Britain. In the summer of 1940, General Wladyslaw Sikorski — the head of Poland’s Government in Exile in London — we should be grateful when he signed an agreement to form a Polish Air Force in Britain. A Polish Air Force in the UK, with two fighter squadrons – 302 and 303 – composed of Polish pilots and ground crews, with British commanding officers.

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