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www.humanitas-international.org/ showcase/chronography/timebase/1935tbse.htm

1935 January 24 Hitler again meets with Josef Lipski, the Polish ambassador. Hitler tells Lipski that "the moment will come when Poland and Germany will be forced to defend themselves from Soviet aggression."

http://www.fpp.co.uk/bookchapters/HW/RevisReplies170677.html

Is it proper to assign all the blame for the misfortune of Europe's Jews to Hitler, when we read a note by the Polish ambassador Josef Lipski on a meeting with Hitler in September 1938: Hitler had mentioned to him, wrote Lipski, that he was toying with the idea of solving the Jewish problem in unison with Poland, Hungary, and perhaps Romania too by making them emigrate ("to the colonies"). Lipski wrote to his foreign minister in Warsaw: "I replied that we would erect a fine statue to him in Warsaw if he found a solution."

Does that make Lipski a Zionist?

http://dok.uni-lueneburg.de/memory/whoswho/BioFileL.HTML

Lipski, Joseph

Ambassador of Poland in Berlin; Born: 1894; in: Breslau, Poland; Address: Polish Embassy, Kurfürstenstraße 136, Berlin 35, Germany, Adalbert; Mother: Landed Proprietor of Lewków, Voivodship of Poznan, Poland; and Sophie Lipe-Lipska; Education: Licentiate law, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

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1915

http://www.mathesonbooks.com/ABE10Mi.htm

43773. Mickiewicz, Adam. The great improvisation. Translated by Louise Varese. New York, Voyages, 1956. Dust jacket over plain wrappers. 1/4 inch closed tear at the foot of the front panel of the dust jacket, otherwise fine. First edition. Inscribed by Joseph Lipski, Ambassador to Poland, on the title-page: "To Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barkes on the eve of their departure for Poland and with all good wishes / Joseph and Anne Lipski / 13 March 1956 / Washington, D.C.". Edition of 1,000 copies. $50.00

So at some point Lipski emigrates to the United States? Anyone know anything more about Lipski?

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So at some point Lipski emigrates to the United States? Anyone know anything more about Lipski? (Lee Forman)

Lee,

Lipski came to Dallas in 1951. He married a local woman who had a son from a previous marriage. Lipski died in 1958 of heart problems.

I remember you and I discussing the significance of the stepson some time back, and how he might be tied to the Oldsmobile in Dallas. Did you get anymore on that?

James

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