Col. Kuklinski report - April 26, 1981
WARSAW, 26 April 1981
After returning from Sofia with several officers from the General Staff,
we discussed the current situation
in Poland, a situation that, from the military point of view, is hopeless.
In this extremely gloomy atmosphere, one of the most committed officers
openly said that Poland had to undertake far-reaching political reforms.
bitterly accused "the Americans [of having] sold
us out to Russia. Without the Americans' silent assent, the 'comrades' would
not dare to act this way." We are now very desperate, but we have not lost
hope that Gen. XXX is wrong! Appropriate use must be made of the flood of
information he is sending to you.
We Poles realize that we must fight for our own freedom, if necessary making
the ultimate sacrifice. I remained convinced that the support your country
has been giving to all who are fighting for that freedom will bring us
closer to our goal.
Thank you for your most recent, pleasant letter.
With heartfelt greetings. Yours, PV