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General Sikorski showed no signs of complying. 86 Eden went so far as to urge Sikorski to make a published statement withdrawing his government’s request for an International Red Cross investigation of Katyn, and to accuse the Germans of responsibility. Sikorski replied that this he would not do. 88 He made a final appeal for American support for Poland in its hour of need; but Roosevelt kept quiet, and made no reply for over a month to him. ”89 But the Allies continued to play into his hands. Both the Foreign Office and the State Department were reluctant to force Sikorski to change his Government for one less antiSoviet.
As they drove off, Sikorski asked the Governor if his party could stay overnight as they were very tired (he himself had been up and at work since three o’clock that morning). ” As they drove away, they paid little attention to the two British civilians who left the plane; these had been taken aboard at Cairo, with Sikorski’s permission, together with a British officer, Brigadier Whiteley, who had nothing to do with his party. The two civilians were taken under the wing of a representative of a Military Intelligence unit based on Gibraltar, who would care for them until the This PDF version: © Focal Point Publications 2000 Report errors 54 accident: the death of general sikorski plane left next night.
The Abwehr’s Section II, commanded by General Erwin Lahousen, was the most widely established sabotage organisation, landing saboteurs in America by submarine, parachuting them into England under cover of simultaneous bombing raids on towns nearby, and infiltrating them by other means equipped to destroy enemy war installations and escape detection as best they could. German sabotage operations in Gibraltar were conducted by the Abwehr from a headquarters within Spain, where such efforts were co-ordinated by a Major Rudloff and directed by Lieutenant Hummel.