Franciszek Kamiński

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Grave of Franciszek Kamiński, the commander of BCh, at the Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw.

Franciszek Kamiński (20 September 1902, Mikułowice, Opatów County - 24 February 2000 in Warsaw) was a Polish general and activist of the peasant movement.

He was the creator of Bataliony Chłopskie (Peasant Battalions) during World War II. After the battalions merged with Armia Krajowa he was one of its top commanders and fought in the Warsaw Uprising.

Activist of the Polish People's Party.