The Spectator

Feedback | 14 August 2004

Readers respond to articles recently published in <i>The Spectator</i>

Text settings

Pole position

As Simon Heffer says (‘It’s time to move on’, 7 August), there is no earthly reason why Britain should apologise to Poland for not doing more to help the Poles during the Warsaw uprising. Nor could Britain’s ally the United States have done anything.

Prime Minister Belka thinks that Churchill should have dispatched Free Polish troops to help the insurgents under Komorowski-B