Stanislaw KOT: Polish. A history professor at the University of Cracow in the 1920s and...

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Reference: KV 2/3429

Stanislaw KOT: Polish. A history professor at the University of Cracow in the 1920s and 1930s and leading member of the Polish Peasants' Party, KOT became a Minister in the Polish Government-in-exile established in France in 1939 and subsequently based in UK. In this capacity he held a number of important posts: Deputy to Prime Minister SIKORSKI, Interior Minister, Minister for Information and Ambassadors in Moscow (1941-1942) and Rome (1946-1948). This file presents a vivid picture of the personalities, their factions and rivalries and the political issues with which KOT was involved at the time

Note: Serial 3n: photograph of KOT. Serial 5a: summary of KOT's career. Serial 17a: character sketch. Serial 67a: letter from an enemy
Date: 1940 Sep 05 - 1945 Aug 13
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: PF 66153 VOL 1
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Retained Until 2011
Record opening date: 02 April 2011

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