Rostwordowski Jan

Poet, prose writer, son of Karol, born and died in Kraków. Participant of the September Campaign, he fought in Polish military formations in France and England. He took part in the Allied invasion of France. After the war, he settled in Scotland, where he studied philosophy in Edinburgh. In 1971 he returned to Kraków and lived at Saint John st. He made his debut in 1942 in the London-based “Polish, Political and Literary News”. He left 12 volumes of poetry, 9 published in England and 3 in Poland.

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Playwright, poet and political activist, born in 1877 and died in 1938 in Krakow. A member of the National League in 1926 to 33 belonged to the Great Poland Camp, from 1933 to the People’s Party and elected on his behalf to the City Council in Krakow. He was active
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