Tomasz Strzembosz

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Tomasz Strzembosz (11 September 1930 – 16 October 2004) was a Polish historian and writer who specialized in the history of Poland during World War II. He was a professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences' Institute of Political Studies in Warsaw; and, at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (from 1991). Strzembosz was a resident of Warsaw, Poland.

In the 1980s, Tomasz Strzembosz became an activist in the Solidarity anti-communist movement. In 1989–93 he was president of the Polish Scouting Association. His brother, Adam Strzembosz, was a former chief justice of Poland's Supreme Court.

In addition to numerous books, Tomasz Strzembosz authored over 100 scholarly publications. On top of that, he served as editor and reviewer of over a dozen works by other authors.

In 2002 Tomasz Strzembosz became the laureate of Poland's "Custodian of National Memory" Prize.[1]

Books[edit]

  • Tumult warszawski 1525 r.
  • Saga o "Łupaszce" ppłk. Jerzym Dąbrowskim 1889-1941
  • Szare Szeregi jako organizacja wychowawcza
  • Oddziały szturmowe konspiracyjnej Warszawy 1939-1945, PWN, 1979, ISBN 83-01-00085-6
  • Odbijanie i uwalnianie więźniów w Warszawie 1939-1944, 1972
  • Akcje zbrojne podziemnej Warszawy 1939-1945, 1978, reprinted 1983
  • Refleksje o Polsce i podziemiu 1939-1945, 1987, reprinted 1990
  • Bohaterowie "Kamieni na szaniec" w świetle dokumentów, 1994
  • Rzeczpospolita podziemna
  • Antysowiecka partyzantka i konspiracja nad Biebrzą X 1939 - VI 1941, 2004

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Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ See the Polish Wikipedia article, "Kustosz Pamięci Narodowej."