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Name
  
Aleksander Kaminski


Role
  
Author

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Born
  
January 28, 1903 (
1903-01-28
)
Warsaw, Congress Poland, Russian Empire

Died
  
March 15, 1978, Warsaw, Poland

Books
  
Kamienie na szaniec, Stones for the Rampart: The Story of Two Lads in the Polish Underground Movement

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Aleksander Kamiński (28 January 1903 – 15 March 1978) was a Polish school teacher, form tutor, author of Polish Cub Scout and Brownie method, writer, historian, Scoutmaster (harcmistrz), and during the occupation of Poland by Nazi Germany, wartime resistance leader under the codenames: Kamyk, Dąbrowski, J. Dąbrowski, Fabrykant, Faktor, Juliusz Górecki, Hubert, Kaźmierczak.

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War service

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During the Second World War he served in the Armia Krajowa in the ranks of the Szare Szeregi, and as editor-in-chief of the Home Army's clandestine newspaper, Biuletyn Informacyjny.

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He was posthumously recognized as "Righteous among the Nations" by Yad Vashem on 5 May 1991.

Works

  • Kamienie na szaniec (1943); published in English as Stones for the Rampart (London, 1945), with a foreword by P. H. B. Lyon
  • Wielka Gra (1942, 1981)
  • Przodownik. Podręcznik dla kierowników oddziałów Zawiszy (cz. 1-2, December 1942, II 1943, III 1944)
  • Zośka i Parasol. Opowieść o niektórych ludziach i niektórych akcjach dwóch batalionów harcerskich
  • Józef Grzesiak "Czarny"
  • Interwar period
  • Antek Cwaniak (1932)
  • Książka wodza zuchów (1933)
  • Krąg rady (1935)
  • Narodziny dzielności
  • Andrzej Małkowski (1934)
  • References

    Aleksander Kamiński Wikipedia