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1. Mr Mikolajczyk had promised to let him know as soon as news arrived. ” Learning that Minister Popiel was on the line, the voice continued, rather quickly: “Have you heard the news, Minister? ” Popiel’s first reaction was that somebody was playing some foolish prank, and he angrily asked, “What’s this rubbish that you’re saying . . ” But the voice said no more, and the unknown caller hung up his telephone. Convinced that somebody had a sick sense of humour, or was trying to intimidate them, Popiel nevertheless telephoned Mikolajczyk to ask whether there was any news of Sikorski’s arrival.
Officer had to have the aircraft’s manifest, as the extra passenger would have to be entered on it. Prchal produced his own copy of Form 1256 briefly from the plane’s document case, and it was amended to include Gralewski’s name. ”37 Afterwards there was an official luncheon given by the Governor in the cool of Government House, attended by his three Service commanders, Sikorski and his party, and the local Colonial Secretary. Captain Borzemski and Lieutenant Rosycki, the commanding officer of the Polish company in Gibraltar, were also among the guests.
4 At twelve minutes past four, the train pulled out of Paddington station, and the journey from which Sikorski and his daughter would never return had begun. 5 The aircraft was well handled by its pilot, a highly experienced Flight Lieutenant of the Czechoslovakian Air Force, Edward Maks Prchal. M. on May 25, the sun was shining brightly. 8 This PDF version: © Focal Point Publications 2000 Report errors 2: six weeks too soon 41 Sikorski and the British Governor were close friends. F. to continue his flight to Cairo on the following morning.