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On This Day — Poland Remembers General Kuklinski (June 13, 1930 – February 11, 2004)

”Nobody and nothing could possibly change my mind or lead me off the chosen path. . . . I was additionally convinced that I am not alone traveling the road, that the nation desires freedom from the shackles of Communism … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Cold War Polish CIA Source Posthumously Promoted to General

“The gesture would be a token of obvious gratitude for Kuklinski for his dangerous and intensive work for Poland’s independence.” Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz ”Nobody and nothing could possibly change my mind or lead me off the chosen path. . … Continue reading

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Poland — General Kuklinski Remembered on Death Anniversary

”Nobody and nothing could possibly change my mind or lead me off the chosen path. . . . I was additionally convinced that I am not alone traveling the road, that the nation desires freedom from the shackles of Communism … Continue reading

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European States concerned about the Kremlin’s “information war”.

“I would like to ask the head of MI5 if he also sees the hand of the Kremlin in the appointment of Boris Johnson as head of the Foreign Office.” Maria Zakharova — spokeswoman for Russia’s foreign ministry. According to … Continue reading

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POLAND — Cold War Polish CIA Source Posthumously Promoted to General

“The gesture would be a token of obvious gratitude for Kuklinski for his dangerous and intensive work for Poland’s independence.” Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz President Andrzej Duda has posthumously promoted Ryszard Kuklinski, a Polish Army colonel who worked for the … Continue reading

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