Antoni Gościński

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Antoni Gościński OBE[1] (born 4 January 1909 Poznań; died 12 December 1986 Belize[2]) was a Polish medic. During the World War II he was arrested by the Germans in the course of the AB Action and imprisoned in Dachau concentration camp and later in Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp.[2] There he became one of the doctors in the revier and a member of the inmates' underground trying to help the sick and wounded prisoners.[3] He also documented German war crimes committed in the camp.


  1. ^ "Order of the British Empire (Civil Division)" (PDF). Supplement to the London Gazette. 1979-06-16. p. B7.
  2. ^ a b Wlazłowski, Zbigniew; Kłodziński, Stanisław. "Dr Antoni Gościński". Przegląd Lekarski (in Polish). No. 1/1988. Krakowskie Towarzystwo Lekarskie. ISSN 0033-2240.
  3. ^ Szubzda, Józef. "Koleje losu Stanisława Kurasa" [The fortunes of Stanisław Kuras]. Na Sieradzkich Szlakach (in Polish). No. 4/2012. Oddział PPTK w Sieradzu. ISSN 1232-2695. Retrieved 2019-03-06.