Witold Noskowski

Theater and music critic and journalist. In 1900-1902 he worked as a journalist in Głos Narodu in Kraków, and in 1902-1915 he was the deputy editor-in-chief of Czas. He was one of the founders of the Zielony Balonik cabaret, composer and performer of music for most of the songs sung there. In later years, he worked in Warsaw, where he fulfilled himself as a journalist, then in Poznań in a similar role. In 1939, he was murdered by the Germans in Fort VII in Poznań.

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