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Wiktor Ormicki (born Wiktor Rudolf Nusbaum, 1898–1941) was a Polish geographer and cartographer, a university professor of Jewish descent. A specialist in economical geography and demography, he served at various posts in the Jagiellonian University, Wolna Wszechnica, Higher Trade School of Kraków and Lwów University. Arrested by the Germans during World War II, he was murdered in the Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp.
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