PILECKI Witold (1901-1948)
pseudonyms „Witold", „Tomek", „Romek", conspirational surnames: „Tomasz Serafiński", „Roman Jezierski, „Leon Bryjak", „Jan Uznański", „Witold Smoliński", codename „T-IV"; officer of the Polish Army reserves, cofounder of the Polish Secret Army, voluntary prisoner of the KL Auschwitz, officer of the Main Headquarters of the Home Army and “NIE”, political prisoner of the Stalinist period, the victim of a judiciary murder.
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Witold Pilecki prisoner of the Ministry of Public Security, Warsaw 1947
Witold Pilecki prisoner of the Ministry of Public Security, Warsaw 1947
 
Witold Pilecki as the accused
Witold Pilecki as the accused
 
“Witold’s Group”
“Witold’s Group”
 
The bench with the accused
The bench with the accused
 
President Bolesław Bierut’s Denial of clemency
President Bolesław Bierut’s Denial of clemency
 
The execution protocol
The execution protocol
 
The monument of the victims of communist terror in the “Ł” quarters in Powiązki cementery
The monument of the victims of communist terror in the “Ł” quarters in Powiązki cementery
 
A commemorative plaque placed in the Field Cathedral of the Polish Army in Warsaw, funded by a former Auschwitz prisoner – Wincenty Gawron in 1990
A commemorative plaque placed in the Field Cathedral of the Polish Army in Warsaw, funded by a former Auschwitz prisoner – Wincenty Gawron in 1990

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