Aleksander Litwinowicz

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Aleksander Litwinowicz
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Aleksander Litwinowicz
Born 1879
Saint Petersburg
Died 1948
Allegiance  Poland
Service/branch Polish Legions
Years of service 1914 — 1918
Rank
  • General
  • Second Deputy Minister of War and Chief of Army Administration
Battles/wars World War I
Awards

Aleksander Litwinowicz (1879 — 1948) was a Polish general who was a member of Polish Independence Organizations before World War I and a member of the Polish Legions during the war. Litwinowicz was promoted to general in 1924. From 1936 to 1939 he was the Second Deputy Minister of War and Chief of Army Administration.

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