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    Bishop Józef Zawitkowski, (Wał, the District of Nowe Miasto by the Pilica River, 23 November 1938 - Warsaw 29 October 2020) An Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since June 2008. Born on 23 November 1938 in Wał, the District of Nowe Miasto by the Pilica River. In 1956 he entered the Warsaw Seminary, and on 20 May 1962 he was ordained to the priesthood by Primate Stefan Wyszyński. He was a vicar in Krośniewice, Legionowo, in the parish of Saint Paul’s Conversion in Warsaw, in the parish of Saint...

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    Erwin Axer, (born in 1917 - died in 1935) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since June 2008. Born on 1st January 1917 in Vienna, a Polish theatre director, theatrical columnist and author of memoirs. In 1939 he graduated from the State Institute of Theatrical Art. He made his debut on the stage with Eugene O’Neill’s play The Moon of the Caribbes. After the start of war he came back do Lviv, where he spent three years (1939 – 1942). During the Soviet occupation, when The Polish Drama Theatre was...

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    Stefan Starba-Bałuk, (born 15 January in 1914, died 30 January in 2014) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since June 2008. Born on 15 January 1914 in Warsaw, he completed the J. Zamoyski Lower Secondary School and graduated from the Faculty of Finance and Economics of the School of Political Sciences in Warsaw. In 1939, when the war broke out, he was a third-year student of the Faculty of Law of the University of Warsaw. In September 1939 he was assigned to the 9th armoured battalion in Lublin,...

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    Zbigniew Ścibor-Rylski – retired Air Vice-Marshal, pseudonym "Butterfly," (born 1917, died 2018) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw since June 2008. Born on 10 March 1917 in Browki, Ukraine. After Kiev was captured by the Polish Army, he returned to Poland with his family. On passing his Matura exam he joined the Aviation Cadet School, from which he graduated with flying colours in 1939. He served under the 1st Aviation Regiment based at Warsaw’s Okęcie airport, which on 6 September 1939 was...

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    Symcha Ratajzer-Rotem, (born in 1924) Honorary Citizen of Warsaw from April 2008. A fighter in the Jewish Combat Organisation (ŻOB), one of the few who managed to survive the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. After the fall of the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto he was the main messenger of the Jewish Combat Organisation on the Aryan side. In the time of the uprising he fought in the military group of Henoch Gutman. On the 29th of April 1943, by order of the commander of the uprising, he left the ghetto...