Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 48. Chapters: Oskar Schindler, Czes?aw Mi?osz, Alfred Delp, W?adys?aw Bartoszewski, Aristides de Sousa Mendes, JanMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
Pages: 48. Chapters: Oskar Schindler, Czes?aw Mi?osz, Alfred Delp, W?adys?aw Bartoszewski, Aristides de Sousa Mendes, Jan Karski, Irena Sendler, Zofia Kossak-Szczucka, Frank Foley, Elisabeth of Bavaria, Emilie Schindler, Henri Reynders, J zef and Wiktoria Ulma, Gilberto Bosques Sald var, Wilm Hosenfeld, P re Marie-Beno t, Jean-Baptiste Janssens, Giorgio Perlasca, Johannes de Jong, Pierre-Marie Gerlier, Tadeusz Pankiewicz, Henryk S?awik, S ra Salkah zi, Irene Gut Opdyke, Rufino Nicacci, Mieczys?aw Fogg, Pietro Palazzini, Luis Martins de Souza Dantas, Raoul ?orban, Matylda Getter, Anna Borkowska, Eduardo Propper de Callej n, Bernhard Lichtenberg, Giovanni Palatucci, Joseph Andr, Maria Fedecka, Jan Dobraczy?ski, P re Jacques, ngel Sanz Briz, Irene Harand, Vincenzo Fagiolo, Mar a Edwards, Pierre-Marie Th as, Elisabeth Hesselblad, Angelo Rotta, Jean Flory, Margarete Sommer, Vanda Skuratovich, Anna Ehn.
Excerpt: W?adys?aw Bartoszewski (born February 19, 1922 in Warsaw) is a Polish politician, social activist, journalist, writer, historian, former Auschwitz concentration camp inmate, World War II Resistance fighter, Polish underground activist, participant of the Warsaw Uprising, twice the Minister of Foreign Affairs, chevalier of the Order of the White Eagle, and an honorary citizen of Israel.
Bartoszewski studied at Saint Stanis?aw Kostka Secondary School. In 1939 he graduated from The Humanist High School of the Roman Catholic Future Educational Society in Warsaw. In September 1939, Bartoszewski took part in the civil defense of Warsaw as a stretcher-bearer. From May 1940, he worked in the first social clinic of the Polish Red Cross in Warsaw. On September 19, 1940, Bartoszewski was detained in the Warsaw district of ?oliborz during a surprise round-up of members of the public (?apanka). From September 22, 1940, he was an Auschwitz concen...