From Our Central European Correspondent
At the moment Poland is somewhat disappointed with the " Vienna Award " in the Slovak-Hungarian dispute.
The Government keenly desired a cornmon frontier with Hungary. There is in Poland a certain fear of German influence and a German attempt (with good chances of success), to use the semi-independent Ruthenian republic as a basis of PanUkrainian agitation. There have been signs of tension in the Polish Ukraine and the demand for autonomy is growing.
Indeed, German influence is not at a high level in Poland at present. The recent expulsion of Polish Jews from Germany was bitterly disliked in Poland. And the trend of events in Czechoslovakia and the " Vienna Award " have accentuated suspicion of Nazi aims.