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.
signature Rotamaster Pilecki
Institute of National Remembrance The Historical Museum of Warsaw Dolnośląska Inicjatywa Historyczna

Publications

A volunteer to Auschwitz. Witold Pilecki 1901-1948 A volunteer to Auschwitz. Witold Pilecki 1901-1948
Rotamaster Pilecki Cavalry Captain (Rotamaster) Pilecki
Fighting Oświęcim (Auschwitz) Fighting Oświęcim (Auschwitz)
Six Faces of Courage Six Faces of Courage
A volunteer to Oświęcim (Auschwitz) A volunteer to Oświęcim (Auschwitz)
Witold’s report Witold’s report
Unordinary people - Witold Pilecki Unordinary people - Witold Pilecki
There was a reason for fighting, there was a reason for dying There was a reason for fighting, there was a reason for dying
Secret Polish Army – The sign – Armed Confederation Secret Polish Army – The sign – Armed Confederation
Iron Redoubt Iron Redoubt
Rotamaster Witold Pilecki Rotamaster Witold Pilecki
The first Italian publication about Rotamaster Witold Pilecki