Chiến tranh thế giới thứ II


Churchill's Betrayal of Poland

The film examines Sikorski's death and shows that there is little doubt that the crash in July of 1943 was an assassination attempt, in which the Russian or British intelligence and possibly even Stalin and Churchill are not entirely uninvolved. Detailed re-enactment, archival footage, interviews and stunning cinematography of the landscape of Gibraltar carry the film. Krakow, 2008: The body of one of Poland's most important statesmen is exhumed - General Wladyslaw Sikorski, Prime Minister of the Polish government in exile during World War II. His life was lost at sea on the 4th of July 1943, sixteen seconds after takeoff aboard a Liberator plane that mysteriously crashed. 70 years later the Polish prosecutors continue to investigate the case, which remains to this day an unsolved crime in history. The suspicion is murder. But who is the perpetrator? The plane crashed in British territory. The British claim it was an accident, but the files associated with the case have been classified until 2041.