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  1. Władysław of Bytom - Wikipedia

    Władysław of Bytom (Polish: Władysław bytomski; 1277/83 – around 8 September 1352), was a Duke of Koźle during 1303-1334, Duke of Bytom from 1316, Duke of Toszek since 1329 and Duke of Siewierz during 1328–1337. He was the second son of Duke Casimir of Bytom by his wife Helena.

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    • Helena (of Galicia?)
  2. List of killings by law enforcement officers in Poland ...

    Police officer shot dead man who attacked him with knife: 2018-07-21 N.N. Police officer shot seven times drunk man who tried to escape from police. He died next day in hospital: 2018-05-23 N.N. (43) Police officer shot dead man armed with pneumatic gun who was vandalizing police car. 2017-12-15 Adrian Z.

  3. Władysław Mazurkiewicz: Gentleman or Killer – StMU History Media

    Władysław B, Jerzy de Laveaux, and Józef T all met the same fate. When the time for trial came, Mazurkiewicz was only charged for six murders and two attempted murders, even though he had told police he committed thirty. 6 His lawyer at the time, Zygmunt Hofmokl-Ostrowski, argued that his client was a “natural” killer.

  4. Władysław Baczyński and similar serial killers ...ładysław_Baczyński

    American serial killer, who was convicted in Illinois in 2002 of killing three women, and convicted in California in 2018 of killing five women. Sentenced to death in California, and committed suicide a few months later in California's San Quentin Prison. Wikipedia

  5. Władysław Mazurkiewicz (serial killer) - Wikipediaładysław_Mazurkiewicz...

    Władysław Mazurkiewicz (January 31, 1911 – January 29, 1957) was a Polish serial killer from the post–World War II Kraków, who also owned property in Warsaw.His economic standing and polite manners in Stalinist Poland earned him the nickname "the Gentleman Murderer" (elegancki morderca), also "piękny Władek" (the Handsome Władek).

    • January 29, 1957 (aged 45), Kraków
    • January 31, 1911, Kraków, Poland
    • Entrepreneur
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    1985: Joachim Knychala, the Vampire of Bytom. Add comment October 28th, 2019 Headsman. Polish serial killer Joachim Knychala, colorfully known as “The Vampire of Bytom” or “Frankenstein”, was hanged in Krakow just in time for Halloween on this date in 1985.

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    1985: Joachim Knychala, the Vampire of Bytom. Add comment October 28th, 2019 Headsman. Polish serial killer Joachim Knychala, colorfully known as “The Vampire of Bytom” or “Frankenstein”, was hanged in Krakow just in time for Halloween on this date in 1985.

  8. Crime in Poland - Wikipedia

    Crime dynamics. While local organized crime in Poland existed during the interwar period, it has mostly developed since the fall of communism (late 1980s/1990s) with the introduction of free market system in Poland and the lessening of the police power.

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    The Second Polish Republic (Pol: Druga Rzeczpospolita) was perhaps the sixth most powerful country in Europe in 1936, but was caught between two rising superpowers — Germany under the fanatical Nazis, and the Soviet Union, the epicenter of Communism. Due largely to limited economic resources, Poland was unable to keep pace with the intense armament efforts of its neighbors. After being the target of Hitler's political machinations, and becoming Poland's friend while weakening the country's independence and ties with France, the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact between the Soviet Union and Germany paved the way for territorial demands and, soon, war. World War II is most often considered to have begun on 1 September 1939 with the invasion of Poland by the German Reich. Both the United Kingdom, the leader of the Allies, and Franceguaranteed Poland's independence, and did declare war on Germany. However, no real pressure was brought against the Third Reich. Almost 100 French divisions invaded G...

    Poland starts as non-aligned, but with their unique focus tree can easily join any of the main ideologies or even try and remain neutral through the war by starting their own faction. In the 1936 opening, Poland has to make a decision on what faction to join. In 1936, the Polish Army is stronger than the Wehrmacht so an preemptive attack can be considered especially if France declares war after the reoccupation of the Rhine event. If Poland chooses to join the Allies it needs to be aware of the fact that the brunt of the German war effort will be placed on it. If Poland chooses to join the Axis it has the potential to destroy the USSR. If Poland decides to join the Comintern it will be able to knock out Germany very early on and prevent the Soviet Unionfrom claiming its eastern states. This course of action can be problematic if Poland joins the Axis and Germany takes the "Molotov Ribbentrop Pact" focus.

    1936 As well as 37 free slots. 9 Civilian Factories are available for construction duty. *These numbers represent the available resources for production at start of the game. In the bracket are the complete numbers including those lost for trading.


    The Polish Army (Wojsko Polskie) is based on large infantry divisions as well as small cavalry brigades. 1. Infantry divisions are made of 9 infantry regiments + recon company. 2. The mountain divisions of 9 mountain regiments + recon comp. 3. Finally, the cavalry brigades are made of 3 cavalry regiments + recon comp. Total:30 Divisions + 10 brigades Manpower Used:320k


    The Polish Navy (Marynarka Wojenna) is almost nonexistent. It is best to ignore any Naval research unless going for a World Conquest or there is nothing left to do. Total: 5 vessels | Manpower Used:1.1k

    Air Force

    Total: 184 planes | Manpower Used:3.68k The Polish Air Force (Siły Powietrzne) is weak and it would take a lot of time to upgrade, but it is definitely worth upgrading to try and wrest air control from the Germans in 1939..

    At the beginning of the game you can choose whether to attach to the axis (fascism), the fireplace (communism) or to set up Międzymorze (historically the idea of ​​Marshal Józef Piłsudski), you can also go to liberalism (I do not recommend). To have a chance to defend against Germany or the USSR, the first three national goals should be Strengthening the Polish State (you can give Tomisław Łupaszko - an increase in the experience of the army or Roman Dmowski - a fascist demagogue), Polish militarism and Polish revanchism (shortens the justification of the war goal and allows to do at 10% WT, 5% gives Rhino (if France declares war, we can attack them), so it will not be a long wait), annex Lithuania and re-createCommonwealth (this gives claims for the next purpose - Latvia and the western lands of the USSR (most of Ukraine, Belarus and Smolensk), and German Konigsberg and Mazury). After defeating Latvia, you can create / join an alliance, I recommend it. I recommend (if present) the...

  9. Władysław Mazurkiewicz: Gentleman or Killer – StMU History Media

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