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Ignacy Oziewicz (Polish pronunciation: [iɡˈnat͡sɨ ɔˈʑevit͡ʂ]; pseudonyms: Czesław, Czesławski, Netta, Jenczewski; 1887 – 1966) was a Polish military general. During the First World War, he served in the Russian Tsarist army in various NCO and officers' posts. In 1919, he joined the Polish Army.
During the September Campaign he commanded the 29th Infantry Division. After its defeat, he was interned in Lithuania. Later, he managed to escape from a camp and returned to Poland where he joined the underground movement.
Honours and awards
- Virtuti Militari, Silver Cross
- Cross of Valour, 4 times
- Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta
- Gold Cross of Merit
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