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Roman "Romek" Strzałkowski (1943–1956) was a 13-year-old pupil killed during anti-communist protests in Poznań in 1956. He has become one of the best-known symbols of anti-communist resistance in Poland. Since 1981, one of Poznań's streets has been named after him.
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