Andrzej Miłosz

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Andrzej Miłosz, together with his brother Czesław.

Andrzej Miłosz (19 September 1917, Vilnius – 21 September 2002, Warsaw) was a Polish journalist, translator of literature and film subtitles, and documentary-film maker. During World War II he was a member of the anti-Nazi resistance, soldier of the Home Army (AK) and ZWZ. He organized the first courier routes in Wilno.

He was the brother of Nobel-winning poet and writer, Czesław Miłosz.

Books[edit]

  • Usmiech Bez Parandzy (1973)
  • Kaukaz (1979)

Films[edit]

  • 2000 - Wilno Milosza ;
  • 2000 - Przysnil Mi Sie Sen Powrotu ;
  • 1999 - Henio (a film about Henryk Blaszczyk, whose disappearance sparked the Kielce pogrom) ;
  • 1999 - Pogrom - Kielce 1946 ;
  • 1998 - Takie Ze Mnie Dziwadlo ;
  • 1997 - Wizy Zycia ( Consul Sugihara and visas for life ) ;
  • 1994 - Krwia i Rymem ( By Blood and Verse ) ;
  • 1965 - Ludzie z Nordu ;
  • 1960 - Na Gruzach Dawnych Kultur ;

He has been honored by Israel's Yad Vashem memorial to the Holocaust as one of the Righteous among the Nations.[1]

He is survived by daughter Joanna Milosz.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrzej Miłosz – his activity to save Jews' lives during the Holocaust, at Yad Vashem website