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Kazimierz Iwiński Łodzia coat of arms (d. 29 October 1990 in Warsaw) - has an MA in Philosophy, he is a retired senior inspector of the Ministry of Education and Schools of Academic Rank and is (now in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland).
Taught many generations of young people. Scoutmaster, former commander of troops in the Polish Scouting and Guiding Association in Sarny in Volhynia and Tczew. Awarded The Order of Polonia Restituta, The Medal of the National Education Commission (Polish: Medal Komisji Edukacji Narodowej), the Golden Badge of the Union of Polish Teachers (Polish: Złota Odznaka ZNP) and other decorations. Underground teaching during WW2.
Author of the book "Indelible Marks" (Polish: "Niezatarte Ślady) (2005).
Wife Irena Iwińska (Krauze), children: Stefan, Anna, Adam, Jerzy Olgierd.
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