25 OCTOBER 1940, Page 5

A recent broadcast by General Sikorski, the Polish Com- macider-in-Chief,

contained a curious reference to the share Polish troops had taken in British "expeditions to the Conti- nent." A London paper recently published a photograph of newly-arrived German prisoners, of whom it was specifically said that they were not airmen but soldiers. Particulars were Officially issued some three months ago of one joint naval and military raid on enemy-occupied territory. Has the silent service infected the other service with its taciturnity?

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