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Anders, Wladyslaw

Born: 1892 AD
Died: 1970 AD
Nationality: Polish
Categories: General

1892 – Born on August 11th in Kro[niewice-BBonie, Congress Poland, Russian Empire. An army officer who commanded the Polish forces in the Middle East and Italy during World War II and became a leading figure among the anticommunist Poles who refused to return to their homeland after the war.

1919 – He led the regiment in battle against the Red Army in the Polish-soviet war.

1939 – He was the Commander of the Nowogrodek Calvary Brigade. His cavalry fought at Lidzbark but withdrew from the overwhelming German attack.

1944 – His achievement was the capture of Monte Cassino on May 17-18th, after three attempts by others had failed.

1954 – Anders was elected to the Rada Trzech (Council of Three), which was the organ of the executive authority of the Polish emigrants.

1970 – Died on May 12th in London, England.