Władysław Mazurkiewicz (physician)
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Władysław Mazurkiewicz (1871–1933) was a Polish physician and professor at the University of Warsaw. In May 1901, together with Aleksander Sulkiewicz, he helped Józef Piłsudski escape from a mental hospital in St. Petersburg, Russia, to which Piłsudski had been transferred from the Warsaw Citadel after feigning mental illness.
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