Roger Barlet

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Barlet's name on the monument to Zośka soldiers who fell in the uprising; Warsaw, Powązki Military Cemetery

Roger Barlet (nom de guerre Rożek; 12 April 1914, Metz - 29 or 30 August 1944, Warsaw) was a French soldier.

Born in Metz, after the Battle of France he was conscripted to the German Wehrmacht and dispatched to the East Front. However, he deserted and joined the ranks of the Polish Home Army in the rank of a Corporal. Serving in the III platoon, 2nd Company, Battalion Zośka battalion, he was killed in the Warsaw's Old Town on August 30, 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising.