Dębno coat of arms
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Battle cry is not Dębno, that is the Polish town it is associated with in history. Means Oak woods or forest.
This version of the coat of arms is a modern interpretation only. Arms date to 1241 AD and the Mongol invasion of Batu Khan.
Notable bearers of this coat of arms include:
- Jaroslav Olesnitsky (1875–1933) — Ukrainian diplomat, politic, lawyer. Head of the Ukrainian mission to the United Kingdom (1920-1921).;
- Jan Głowacz z Oleśnicy
- Zbigniew Oleśnicki