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    Jan Nowak Jeziorański, (born 2 October 1914, died 20 January 2005) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since July 2003. Resolution No. XIV/174/2003 of the Warsaw City Council of July, 2003. Born to a family with a tradition of supporting Poland’s independence. After graduating from high school in the Adam Mickiewicz Capital Gymnasium, he studied economics at the University of Poznań. He partook in the September Campaign in 1939, then worked in the Union of Armed Struggle. He was incorporated into...

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    Marek Edelman, (born 1 January 1922 - died 2 October 2009) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw from April 2001. Resolution of the Warsaw City Council No. XXXII/435/ 2001 of 9 April 2001. A political and social activist, a cardiologist. During WW II a member of the Public Jewish Workers Association, one of the founders of the Jewish Military Organisation. In 1943, he participated in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and after the death of Mordechaj Anielewicz he became the last leader of fighters of the...

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    Cardinal Józef Glemp, (born 18 December 1929, died 23 January 2013) Honorary citizen of Warsaw since 6 April 2000 Resolution of the Council of the Capital City of Warsaw No. XXI/221/2000 from 06/04/2000 A Catholic Cleric, Archbishop of Warsaw, senior Primate of Poland, Presbyter Cardinal. After his maturity exam (Polish: matura) he entered the The Archbishop's Ecclesiastical Seminary in Gniezno. He was ordained to the priesthood on 25 May 1956. In the years 1972-1979, as assistant to...

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    Stefan Starzyński (born 19 August 1893, died 17 October 1943) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw from 20 September 1999 Resolution of the Council of the Capital City of Warsaw No. XV/116/99 of 20 September 1999 A Polish officer, politician, economist, journalist, in the years 1934-1939 Mayor of Warsaw. He was born in Warsaw. During World War I he fought in the Polish Legions, and the Polish Military Organization. In the years 1927 - 1932 he was a director of the department and a deputy minister of...

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    Major General Franciszek Kamiński, (born 20 September 1902, died 24 February 2000) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw from April 1999 Resolution of the Council of the Capital City of Warsaw No. X/64/99 of 12 April 1999 In the 20’s he studied at Warsaw University. In 1933, he headed the Polish Academic People’s Youth (Polska Akademicka Młodzież Ludowa). From the beginning of the German occupation he operated in the “Polish Victory Service” (Służba Zwycięstwu Polski). In 1940, after the establishment...