Second Cabinet of Władysław Sikorski

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Władysław Sikorski

The Second Cabinet of Władysław Sikorski (Polish: Drugi rząd Władysława Sikorskiego) was the first cabinet of the Polish Government in Exile, formed after Nazi Germany invasion and seize of Poland in September–October 1939, headed by General and former Prime Minister (1922-1923). The appointed was first President in exile Władysław Raczkiewicz

Cabinet, formed on September 30, 1939 and dismissed on July 18, 1940, was preceded by the last the Government resided in country (under Felicjan Sławoj Składkowski) and was succeeded by third Sikorski cabinet.

  • Gen. Władysław Sikorski - Prime Minister, Minister of Military Affairs and Minister of Internal Affairs
  • Stanisław Stroński (SN) - Deputy Prime Minister (until December 1939), Minister of Information
  • Col. Adam Koc - Minister of the Treasury, Minister of Industry and Commerce
  • August Zaleski - Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Aleksander Ładoś (SL) - Minister without Portfolio (until December 1939)
  • Adam Romer - Head of Presidium of the Council of Ministers

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