August 03, 1944
Conversation between Stanislaw Mikolajczyk and Stalin
The Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile meets with Stalin to discuss Polish-Soviet political and military relations.
August 07, 1944
Mikolajczyk and Stalin Meet for a Second Time
Stanislaw Mikolajczyk and Stalin discuss military aid to Poland.
August 08, 1944
Harriman's notes on Mikolajczyk and Stalin Meeting
Stanislaw Mikolajczyk gives Harriman points discussed during a meeting he had with Stalin about Polish affairs.
August 09, 1944
Stalin's Promise to Mikolajczyk
Stalin's conversation with Mikolajczyk and the results of Stalin's promise to give aid to help Polish fighters in Warsaw.
August 09, 1944
Conversation Between Mikolajczyk and Stalin
Stalin and Mikolajczyk discuss aid to Polish fighters in Warsaw and Post War Poland and Germany
August 10, 1944
PARAPHRASE OF Embassy’s telegram no. 2923
Harriman briefs the President and the Secretary of State about conversations between Mikolajczyk and Stalin
August 12, 1944
PARAPHRASE OF Embassy’s telegram no. 2972
Harriman conveys the content of a conversation he had with Stanislaw Mikolajczyk about Soviet-Polish Relations and Polish politics during and after the war, focusing on the possibility of communism.
October 13, 1944
Record of Meeting Held at Spiridonovka House on 13 October at 5 p.m.
M. Mikolajczyk discusses the Polish memorandum regarding the reconstruction and internal affairs of post-war Poland, Stalin reprimands Mikolajczyk for the extralegal approval of this memorandum. Churchill defends the memorandum, Stalin criticizes it, and Mikolajczyk emphasizes Poland's sovereignty as well as the legitimacy of the underground government in occupied Poland. Contentious discussion on the issue of the Curzon Line between Stalin and Mikolajczyk--Churchill acts as a mediator.
October 22, 1944
Minutes of the PWP CC Meetings on 22 October 1944
Bierut describes the meeting between Mikolajczyk, Stalin, and Churchill, discussing how Stalin rejected Mikolajczyk's memorandum on the Polish situation. Bierut, Churchill, and Stalin discuss the rebuilding of Poland: Churchill thinks reforms should be postponed until after the war, Stalin and Bierut disagree. Beirut and Mikolajczyk discuss the Curzon line and the PKWN. In a final meeting, Churchill, Stalin, and Bierut discuss Polands economy and infrastructure.