Obraz Wojska Polskiego i podziemia poakowskiego w latach 1945-1946 w świetle raportów czechosłowackiego wywiadu = Picture of the Polish Army and anti-communist resistance in Poland in years 1945-1946 in light of the Czechoslovak intelligence reports
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In years 1945-1946 the Czechoslovak intelligence had operated Poland. Secret intelligence reports are now a valuable resource for historians. In years 1945-1946, in the mountainous regions of southeastern Poland, near the border with Czechoslovakia lasted civil war. Government forces and anticommunist resistance fought with each other. Events in south-eastern Poland were carefully observed by Czechoslovak intelligence. Czechoslovak agents critically evaluated government forces. ; In their opinion, this formation was ill-equipped and poorly trained. The leaders were often Soviet officers who didn?t even know Polish language. Many soldiers of the government army secretly sympathized with anti-communist underground. Czechoslovak agents positively evaluated anti-communist resistance movement. According to the reports, underground was numerous, disciplined and well organized. Partisans were characterized by high morale and enjoyed widespread support from civilian population. However, an official ally of Czechoslovakia was Polish Army.