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    Wojciech Roszkowski (born on 20 June 1947 in Warsaw) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 7 June 2018 A politician, economist and scholar specialising in contemporary history, economic history and political sciences. In 1965 he graduated from the King Władysław IV General Secondary School No. 8 in Warsaw, and in 1971 he completed studies at the Faculty of Foreign Trade of the Central School of Planning and Statistics in Warsaw. In 1978 he defended his PhD dissertation, and in 1987 received a...

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    Anna Przedpełska-Trzeciakowska (born on 5 July 1927 in Warsaw) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 7 June 2018 A translator of American and British literature. She graduated from the Cecylia Plater-Zyberkówna Private Girls’ School and completed English language studies the University of Warsaw. She was a medic during the During the Warsaw Uprising (alias Grodzka). After the War she worked at the English editorial office of the “Czytelnik” Publishing Cooperative. She was an active member of...

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    Janina Maria Ochojska (born on 12 March 1955 in Gdańsk) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 7 June 2018 A humanitarian activist, the founder of the Polish Humanitarian Action, an astronomer. She graduated from General Secondary School No. 1 in Zabrze. In 1980 she completed her studies in the field of astronomy at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Until 1984 she worked at the Department of Astrophysics of the Polish Academy of Sciences at the Astronomical Centre in Toruń. Since the...

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    Anna Jakubowska alias Paulinka (born on 26 May 1927 in Warsaw, died 13 July 2022 in Warsaw) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 7 June 2018 A combatant and social activist, an insurgent in the Warsaw Uprising. During World War II she was a member of the resistance, first in the PET organisation, and later as a messenger and medic in the shock troops transformed into the “Zośka” Battalion of the Home Army. She fought in the Warsaw Uprising in the “Zośka” Battalion, the “Maciek” company,...

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    Marian Turski Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since 1 March 2018 He was born in 1926 in Druskieniki as Mosze Turbowicz. He was 14 years old when he found himself in the Łódź Ghetto, where he worked for the Lewica Związkowa (Trade Unions’ Left) underground organisation. He was taken away to the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp in one of the last transports in 1944. There, the Germans murdered his father and brother. In 1945, he survived two death marches: from Auschwitz to Buchenwald in January, and from...