Stanisław Wycech

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Stanisław Wycech
Born (1902-06-27)June 27, 1902
Sadoleś, Poland
Died January 12, 2008(2008-01-12) (aged 105)
Warsaw, Poland
Allegiance  Poland
Service/branch Polish Military Organisation
Years of service February 1917 – November 1920
Battles/wars World War I
Polish Soviet War

Stanisław Wycech (June 27, 1902, Sadoleś – January 12, 2008) was, at age 105, the last Polish veteran of the First World War. At the time of his death, he was, at age 105, the youngest living veteran of the war. Wycech was underage when he enlisted in the Polish Military Organisation in 1917 aged only 15 and participated in the disarming of German troops on November 10, 1918. He did not participate in the Greater Poland Uprising due to contracting typhoid, but was also a veteran of the Polish-Soviet War. He resided in Warsaw until his death at age 105.

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