/ (sɪˈkɔːskiː) /
Władysław (ˈvlædɪslæf). 1881–1943, Polish general and statesman: prime minister (1922–23) and prime minister of the Polish government in exile during World War II: died in an air crash
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Just months after the news about Katyn emerged, Sikorski challenged Stalin, demanding an independent investigation.
As a specimen of the last kind may be instanced an undated anecdote told by Sikorski and others.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks