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Post by Lornito Uriarte Mahinay Jr. » 02 May 2007 17:01

Need translation! Can someone help me?

Władysław Jędrzejewski (ur. 11 lutego 1863 w majątku Nowiny na Witebszczyźnie, zm. prawdopodobnie w marcu 1940 we Lwowie), polski generał.

Słuzył w armii rosyjskiej, brał udział w wojnie rosyjsko-japońskiej. W 1914 był dowódcą irkuckiego 93 pułku piechoty. Później dowodził 119 kołomyjskim pułkiem piechoty oraz 30 dywizją piechoty. I wojnę światową rozpoczął w stopniu podpułkownika, a skończył jako generał podporucznik.

W Wojsku Polskim od grudnia 1918. Wówczas mianowany komendantem rezewy oficerów w Warszawie. W 1919 był komendantem obrony Lwowa i dowódcą 5. Dywizji Piechoty. Następnie dowodził grupą operacyjną na froncie galicyjskim. Od czerwca 1919 był generałem dywizji. Ponownie dowodził 5. DP od sierpnia 1919 do maja 1920. Był dowódcą 1 Armii (maj-sierpnień 1920), następnie 6 Armii (sierpień-wrzesień 1920) oraz grupy operacyjnej 6 Armii (od września 1920 do stycznia 1921). Od stycznia do września 1921 był dowódcą Okręgu Generalnego Lublin, a w latach 1921-1924 dowódcą Okręgu Korpusu we Lwowie. W 1924 przeszedł w stan spoczynku.

We wrześniu 1939 zgłosił się do służby. Organizował straż obywatelską we Lwowie. W październiku 1939 został aresztowany przez władze radzieckie. Zmarł prawdopodobnie w więzieniu we Lwowie w marcu 1940 (albo został rozstrzelany już w 1939).

Syn generał Jędrzejewskiego Tadeusz poległ w obronie Warszawy w 1939 w stopniu kapitana.

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* Piotr Stawecki, Słownik biograficzny generałów Wojska Polskiego 1918-1939, Warszawa 1994
* Henryk P. Kosk, Generalicja polska, t. 1 (A-Ł), Pruszków 1998

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Post by patrynius » 02 May 2007 22:09

Wladyslaw Jedrzejewski (born 11.02.1863 in Nowiny (Witebsk-land) died probably march 1940 in Lwow) polish general

He served in Russian Army (means Tschar ;) ) he was in Russian-Japanes war 1904-1905. In 1914 he was CO of 93 infantry regiment from Irkuck. Later he command 119 infantry regiment from Kolomyja and 30 Infantry Division. First World War he entered as lieutnant-colonel and end as lieutnant-general.

In Polish Army from december 1918. He was commendant of oficers of reserve in Warsaw (I thing there is mistake in original text – I correct it as i thing it should, As i thing).
Later he command Battle Group on Galician Front (East). From June 1919 division-general. He command 5 Infantry Division between august1919 0 may 1920. He was CO of 1 Army (may-august 1920), later CO of 6 Army (august-september 1920) nad Battle Group of 6 Army (September 1920-january 1921). From January to September 1921 he was Commander of “General District Lublin”, and in 1921-1924 CO of Corps District in Lwow. After 1924 retired.

In September 1939 he acces to service. Organize citizen guard in Lwow. In october 1939 he was arrested by soviets. Probably died in Lwow prison in march 1940 (or was shoot in 1939)

Son of gen Jedrzejewski – Tadeusz, died in september 1939 during defence of Warsaw as captain

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Piotr Stawecki “Biographical dictionary of generals of Polish Army 1918-1939, Warsaw 1994
Henryk P. Kosk – Polish Generals t. I (A-L), Pruszkow 1998

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Post by Greyfinn » 02 May 2007 22:24

Hello,
Władysław Jędrzejewski was born on 11 february 1863 in property Nowiny near Witebsk. Died probably in March 1940 in Lvov . Polish general
He served in russian army, and took part in russo-japanese war. n 1914 was a Commander of 93 Infantry Regiment "Irkutskiy". Later commanded 119 Infantry Regiment "Kolomyjskiy" and 30 Infantry Division. WW I has started as Lieutenant-colonel and finished as General Lieutnant (Russian Army).
In Polish Army from December 1918 (as General Major). Then nominated Commander Reserve Officers in Warsaw . In 1919 Commander Defense of Lvov and commander 5. Infantry Division. Next commanded Operative Army Group on galician front. In June 1919 he was promoted General Lieutnant. Again took command od 5.Infantry Division (august 1919 - may 1920 ). May - September 1920 - commander 1st Army , next 6th Army ( august - september 1920 ). From september to january 1921 6th Army Group. January - September 1921 commander of Army General District in Lublin , and in years 1921-1924 commander of Korps District in Lvov. Retired in 1924
In September 1939 volunteer entered army service. He organized and commanded Civil Guard in Lvov. Arrested in October 1939 by soviet authorities. Probably stayed live in prison in lvov until march 1940 . (or has been shot in november - december 1939). His son Tadeusz has fallen in defense of Warsaw in September 1939 at captain rank.
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Post by janusz » 03 May 2007 18:02

Brigade General Mariusz Zaruski was born on 31st January 1867 in Dumanów in Podole region. He died in April 1941 in Chersoñ. A precursor of Polish yachting, general of Polish Army and outstanding climber of the Tatra mountains. He had broad and versatile interests during his rich and interesting life. He was a photographer, painter, poet and writer, seamen and traveler, conspirator, legionnaire and lancer in Polish cavalry, general and adjutant of Polish President. During his active life he was a devoted social activist, sportsman and teacher. During his youth at Odessa University were he studied mathematics and physics, he was attracted to sea activities. As a volunteer he worked as seaman on various ships. He traveled a lot to exotic regions on the Far East like Siberia, China, Japan, India, Egypt and Syria. For his participation in Polish patriotic anti-Russian organization, Russian government exiled him to Archangielsk in 1894. There, while being a prisoner he was able to graduate from the Seaman School. Conditionally he was allowed to work on merchant ship “Der¿awa”. On his first sea journey on the ship he went to Norway with the logs and fur cargo. Later he became a captain of the ship “Nadie¿da”. After finishing his prison term, Zaruski went back to Odessa where he had lived for 2 years. There he got married with Izabela Kietliñska. Later he moved to Krakow were in years 1901-1906 he studied painting at the School of Fine Art. In 1907, after graduation in order to improve health conditions of his wife the couple moved to Zakopane. For many years he had been working there as a mountain guide for tourists and rescuer. In his articles published in Polish newspapers he publicized and popularized the tourism of the Zakopane region. He was a first climber to reach the Kozi Wierch and Ko¶cielec mountains. On the break of the First World War he organized 11th Polish Cavalry Regiment and became its commander. For his bravery during the offensive on Wilno city he was decorated with the highest Polish Military distinction the Order of Virtuti Militari 5th Class and several times with the Cross of Fighters. He ended up his military carrier in a rank of the Brigade General and Adjutant of the Polish Presitent Stanis³aw Wojciechowski. He retired before the May Revolt in 1926. During his retirement, he devoted his time to popularize moral, economical and political benefits for Polish nation resulting from Poland’s access to the Baltic Sea. He introduced members of polish elite to the yacht sport. Through his teaching he attracted countless number of polish youths to seamanship and yachting. Together with Antoni Aleksandrowicz he organized the Polish Yacht Club. Thanks to his government connections he was able to acquire for the club the first in Poland at those times ocean yacht “Wite¼”. On his own initiative the Sea and River League and the Committee of National Flotilla were established. The committee founded the sailing ship “Dar Pomorza”.
He was an organizer of the Inspectorate of Youth Marine Education. He helped establishing the Marine Terminology Commission which included representatives from Marine Academy and Universities. The Commission edited six volumes of the Polish – English – French – German - Russian Marine Dictionary. In Poland, before the Second World War, boy scouts movement was important part of marine educations among polish youths. General Zaruski played a leading role as a seamanship instructor for boy scouts units in Jastarnia located on the shore of the Baltic Sea. He used to say that the hardship of sailor’s duties strengthen sailor’s moral character. In 1935 he became a captain of the shooner named by him “Zawisza Czarny”.
At the same time he was elected as the President of the Polish Sailing Association. During his presidency all youths at universities, boy scouts and yacht clubs all over Poland were integrated in one mass movement devoted to seamanship and marine education. As a captain on “Zawisza Czarny” he was treated with such respect and adoration by youths that they called him no other than “Sir General”. His last voyage on the Zawisza Czarny was in 1939. Deliberately, despite the fact that he could leave Poland at the outbreak of the war he did not abandoned his motherland. He was arrested then imprisoned by Soviet Secret Service “NKWD” in Lwow after Red Army invaded Poland in October 1939. Broken and sick he died in soviet prison in Chersoñ in 1941. In Autumn of 1991 thanks to Polish Scouts efforts ashes of Gen. Zaruski were brought to Poland and burried in Zakopane Cemetery. He was decorated post mortem by Polish state with the The Great Cross of Order of Poland’s Rebirth in 1997.
His family: father Seweryn, mother Eufrozyna, older brother Stanis³aw, younger brother Boles³aw. His devoted wife: Izabella Kietliñska.
His literary legacy includes: collection of poems and novels about the Tatra mountains titled “Na bezdro¿ach tatrzañskich” (1923) as well as his marine novels titled “W¶ród wichrów i fall”(1935). He expressed his passion for horses in several of his poems. He gave countless speeches, lectures and published many articles. He wrote several textbooks for sailors and first in Polish history textbook of marine navigation.



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tlumaczenie

Post by janusz » 03 May 2007 18:04

Przepraszam wszystkich, ze umieszczam tu zyciorys Zaruskiego, ale obiecalem Baron.Wafen mu tlumaczenie, a przez poczte nie moge tego wyslac i nie wiem dlaczego:-(
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Re: tlumaczenie

Post by Musashi » 03 May 2007 21:19

janusz wrote:Przepraszam wszystkich, ze umieszczam tu zyciorys Zaruskiego, ale obiecalem Baron.Wafen mu tlumaczenie, a przez poczte nie moge tego wyslac i nie wiem dlaczego:-(
janusz

You cannot write in Polish here. Any language except for English is not allowed.



Baron.waffen,
use Central European -> ISO 8859-2 coding in your browser, to see Polish letters used by the Polish users above.

BTW,
Baron.waffen has sent me a PM requesting to help him with transation of General Kustroń's biography. The problem is, the biography is way too long to translate it not spending too much of time.

Józef Kustroń (ur. 16 października 1892 w Stryju, zm. 16 września 1939 w Ułazowie) - polski wojskowy, generał Wojska Polskiego.Młodość spędził w Nowym Sączu, gdzie osiadła jego rodzina. Podczas nauki w szkole średniej, należał aktywnie do polskich nielegalnych organizacji niepodległościowych, w tym związku młodzieży Zet, sam także je organizował. W 1910 podjął studia prawnicze i filozoficzne na Uniwersytecie Jagiellońskim w Krakowie. W 1912 wstąpił do paramilitarnego polskiego Związku Strzeleckiego. Równolegle ze studiami na uniwersytecie, studiował również w Akademii Handlowej.Po wybuchu I wojny światowej wstąpił do Legionów Polskich i został w stopniu chorążego dowódcą plutonu w IV batalionie 2. Pułku Piechoty Legionów Polskich, skierowanego na front przeciw Rosji. 29 października 1914 został ciężko ranny w bitwie pod Mołotkowem, po której otrzymał awans na podporucznika. Po leczeniu w szpitalu, powrócił na front w stopniu porucznika. Objął tym razem dowództwo kompanii w 4. Pułku Piechoty. Walczył z pułkiem m.in. pod Jastkowem na Lubelszczyźnie i na Wołyniu. Pod koniec 1915 awansował do stopnia kapitana. Na skutek kryzysu przysięgowego, gdy polscy żołnierze odmówili złożenia przysięgi na wierność cesarzom Niemiec i Austro-Węgier, Kustroń został przez Austriaków zdegradowany i przeniesiony do jednostki austriackiej piechoty. Od 1917 działał w polskiej konspiracyjnej Polskiej Organizacji Wojskowej. Od 31 października 1918 uczestniczył w rozbrajaniu żołnierzy austriackich w Krakowie.Po odzyskaniu przez Polskę niepodległości, Kustroń początkowo pracował w Ministerstwie Spraw Wojskowych i na stanowiskach sztabowych. Podczas wojny polsko-rosyjskiej, od lipca 1920 kierował z ramienia Naczelnego Dowództwa w stopniu podpułkownika przewozami wojskowego transportu kolejowego i ewakuacją kolejową na zachód. Za zasługi podczas wojny polsko-rosyjskiej został odznaczony w 1923 Orderem Virtuti Militari.
Po wojnie polsko-rosyjskiej służył w piechocie. Był zastępcą dowódcy 42. Pułku Piechoty w Białymstoku, a następnie dowódcą 55. Pułku Piechoty w Lesznie. W 1925 awansował do stopnia pułkownika. Podczas przewrotu majowego, Kustroń jako piłsudczyk nie dopuścił do wyruszenia swojego pułku na odsiecz siłom rządowym. Następnie był zastępcą dowódcy 16. Dywizji Piechoty w Grudziądzu, po czym w 1935 objął dowództwo 21. Dywizji Piechoty Górskiej w Bielsku. Z dywizją wziął udział w zajęciu Zaolzia. W marcu 1939 otrzymał awans na generała brygady. W Bielsku, mieście o dużym procencie ludności niemieckiej, Kustroń zangażował się aktywnie w działalność o polskim charakterze społeczno-politycznym, gospodarczym i narodowym. Był także prezesem oddziału Związku Zachodniego. Jeszcze przed wybuchem wojny, oddziały polskie na tym terenie zmagały się z niemiecką dywersją.

Podczas kampanii wrześniowej 1939, gen. bryg. Józef Kustroń dowodził nadal 21. Dywizją Piechoty Górskiej, wchodzącą w skład Grupy Operacyjnej "Bielsko" i Armii "Kraków". Od 1 września 1939 21. DPG uczestniczyła w ciężkich walkach odwrotowych, po których osłabiona przedarła się na południową Lubelszczyznę. 16 września dywizja, usiłując przebić się, stoczyła zaciekłą walkę pod Oleszycami z przeważającą niemiecką 45. Dywizją Piechoty. Około godz. 14 w lesie między Koziejówką a Ułazowem generał Kustroń został zabity, uczestnicząc w ataku podczas próby przebicia. Pochowany został na polu bitwy, w 1953 przeniesiono jego grób do Nowego Sącza.Odznaczony był m.in.: Orderem Virtuti Militari klasy III, IV i V (dwoma pośmiertnie), Krzyżem Oficerskim Orderu Odrodzenia Polski, Krzyżem Walecznych (trzykrotnie), Krzyżem Niepodległości, Złotym Krzyżem Zasługi, jugosłowiańskim Orderem Orła Białego, Orderem Korony Rumuńskiej, rumuńskim Krzyżem Komandorskim Z Gwiazdą.W latach 1981–1984 działało w Nowym Sączu Towarzystwo im. Generała Józefa Kustronia, którego inicjatorem, a później prezesem był Jerzy Giza. Towarzystwo to kultywujące idee Polski niepodległej i chcące wybudować gen. J. Kustroniowi pomnik w Nowym Sączu, zostało rozwiązane przez komunistyczne władze miasta "za godzenie w żywotne interesy państwa" (czytaj PRL). W "Almanachu Sądeckim" można przeczytać artykuł na ten temat zatytułowany "Kustroniowcy".

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Post by Lornito Uriarte Mahinay Jr. » 04 May 2007 08:33

Thanks for the translation!

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Post by Eryk » 04 May 2007 09:56

Baron.waffen & Musashi

I think there's no need to translate the Kustron's biography:

http://kustron.blogspot.com/

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Post by Musashi » 04 May 2007 10:34

Eryk wrote:Baron.waffen & Musashi

I think there's no need to translate the Kustron's biography:

http://kustron.blogspot.com/

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That webpage is down due to technical problem. According to an info it will be back soon.

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Post by Lornito Uriarte Mahinay Jr. » 04 May 2007 14:10

Yes, its out of order.

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Post by Eryk » 07 May 2007 07:52

Bad luck ... unfortunetelly I didn't copy the biography ..


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EDIT

From the above mentioned page:
Some time ago I’ve learned that my great grandfather’s brother - Josef Kustron - was general of WWII. He was brave man who died defending his country. I’ve read thousands of such a stories in books and I’ve seen them in films but none of them referred to my relative. I know it’s not a close relation but still it is... I think that Kustron`s biography is awesome so I`m publishing it. It was originally written by Leszek Migra³a and it’s here.



A profile of general Kustron life is well known for citizens of Nowy Sacz: one of the streets of Nowy Sacz has his name, there is a modest monument at municipal cemetery, his name has school of electrical and mechanical profile. Nearby this school at Boleslaw Limanowski Street stands his bust. This numerous evidences of Nowy Sacz citizens memory inspired editorial staff of Almanach Sadecki to recall Jozef Kustron biography especially that 16th September of current year is the date of 60th anniversary of gen. Kustron death.

Jozef Kustron was born in 1892 but not in Nowy Sacz. He was born in Stryj - little city lying to the south of Lviv so according to historical terminology he was a man of East Lesser Poland, Galicia or eventually East Galicia. But against this we treat general Kustron like a Pole not only for his later career but also because he had spent his childhood in Nowy Sacz and here he shaped his character and attitude.

Long term residence of Kustrons` family in Nowy S±cz had started in 1894. Jozef Kustron`s father - Andrzej Kustron - started working in railroad workshops as a specialist of brass and copper materials. Thanks to this work he could afford to pay for his son’s education. Jozef Kustron was studying in gymnasium in Nowy Sacz where in 1910 he passed Matura Exam. He was continuing his education at School of Economics and Jagiellonian University where he studied law and philosophy.

Young Jozef Kustron was engaged in activities of organizations favouring independence and socialism. He believed in independent Poland and social justice. He was a member of `Zet` (organization of students of universities and gymnasiums of all three sectors of partitioned Poland), `Polish Army` (secret military organization of Galicia which aim was to create independent and democratic Peoples Republic of Poland) and Polish Rifleman Divisions. Simultaneously he established his own organization called `Zwiazek Jastrzebi` - `Hawks Association` (it`s program included gradual transformation of economy by promoting co-operative movement and communizing means of production) which was later linked on socialist organization `Zwiazek Promienistych`. In 1912 Jozef Kustron joined Riflemen's Association - legal military organization which was preparing young Poles to expected war of Austria- Hungary against Russia.

At the beginning of WWI Jozef Kustron was fighting as warrant officer with II Brigade of the Polish Legions in East Carpathian Mountains. On 29 of October 1914 he participated in bloody battle of Molotkowo with Russians. He was injured. For his brave actions he received citation from Legions Headquarters, in November he was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant and six months later he was promoted to the rank of lieutenant. In August 1915 Kustron participated in battle of Jastkow (in Lubelszczyzna) and later at Volhynia. After those events he was promoted to the rank of captain.

On 9th of July 1914 most of soldiers of I and III Brigade of the Polish Legions followed a will of Jozef Pilsudski and disagreed to take an oath of loyalty to Austria-Hungary. According to Pilsudski further supporting The Central Powers had been pointless. Those who disagreed was closed in internment camps. Captain Jozef Kustron as someone who was active opponent of taking the oath and at the same time a citizen of Austria-Hungary by way of punishment was only reduced to the lower rank and incorporated into Austrian troops.

As Pilsudski had predicted in Autumn 1918 The Central Powers couldn’t longer oppose to the Allies. Because of political and military collapse of The Central Powers and confusion after February and October Revolutions in Russia dream of independent Poland has become more real. I September 1918 Jozef Kustron immediately participated in disarming Austrian divisions. In short time he was promoted to the rank of colonel and became a Chief of Press Office in Headquarters of Krakow Military District.

At the beginning of independence Kustron was working for Ministry of Military Affairs. During the most vulnerable times of war between Poland and Bolsheviks - from July to October 1920 - by order of Supreme Command he was managing special assignments of military railroad transport. When he returned at the front line he became a commander of troops in Bialystok Leszno Wielkopolskie, Grudziadz and finally in 1935 in Bielsko he became a commander of 21st Mountain Infantry Division which in 1938 took part in seizure of Zaolzie. Much earlier, in 1925, he had been promoted to the rank of colonel. He was a follower of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski and because of this Kustron during The May Coup d'Etat 1926 in Leszno Wielkopolskie stopped 55th Infantry Regiment which was trying to come to the rescue of government.

During his duty in Bielsko Jozef Kustron engaged in national and social activities. As a president of branch of `Zwiazek Zachodni` (`Western Association`) in Bielsko (the region of of highest percentage of German citizens – 61,9 %) he acted against foreign factory owners and supported polish cultural and economical ventures. For such an activities Gestapo put Kustron on proscription list.

During the September Campaign Jozef Kustron in rank of general was commanding aforementioned 21st Mountain Infantry Division which was a part of Operational 'Group Bielsko'; and then part of Krakow Army. After two weeks of very hard defensive fighting Division weakened, but not defeated, managed to move to south part of Lubelszczyzna. From 13 to 26 of September right wing of that part of Krakow Army which survived was trying to fight it’s way through opponents barrage in region of Jaroslaw, Tomaszow Lubelski and Zamosc. Assignment of 21st Division which came to Oleszyce at 15th of September was to seize this area. They fought bravely but solitary – intended reinforcements hadn’t come. Opponent German forces of 45th Infantry Division were concentrated in area of Dachnow and big forest between Dachnow, Futory and Uszkowce. Facing such a domination of opposing forces gen. Kustron had to resign attacking Oleszyce. According to what Marian Prowitt wrote in his 'Commentary to History of Polish Defense Operations in 1939' tathat when gen. Kustron was moving his still invincible station outside 202nd Infantry Division, Staff sustained heavy lost after it was ambushed by German fire. Few non-commissioned officers and drivers were killed, part of Staff was caught by Germans. General Kustron was shot under the eye, his batman was severely injured.` According to biography of General Kustron by Stefan Jellent published in `Polski Slownik Biograficzny` (`Polish Biography Dictionary`) it can be said in addition that `at the same day (16th September) one of groups commanded directly by general Kustron was ambushed between Koziejowka and Ulazow, to the south-west of Oleszyce. Kustron was fatally wounded. He died immediately after group of soldiers that he was commanding to the end had been taken prisoner.

General Jozef was not only a great commander and a soldier. He was also a military theorist, he was interested in philosophical and social issues. For his outstanding contributions and merits he was decorated with (inter alia): three times Virtutti Militari of III, IV and V class, Cross of independence, Krzyz Oficerski Orderu Odrodzenia Polski (Officer`s Cross of Rebirth of Poland, three times Cross of the Valorous, Golden Cross of Merit, Yugoslavian Order of the White Eagle, Order of the Kingdom of Romania, Commander`s Cross of Romania with Star.

On 21.12.1953 body of general Kustron was moved from Lubaczow to municipal cemetery in Nowy Sacz.

In this article were used materials prepared by `Public Committee for Building a Monument of General Jozef Kustron` established on 3.10.1981


This story is interesting. There’s much more about him but in Polish. What a nuisance!



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Post by Lornito Uriarte Mahinay Jr. » 11 May 2007 15:16

I'm very thankful for your translation! You said that there's much about him but in Polish, can I know it?

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Post by Eryk » 11 May 2007 15:39

Misunderstending :) This isn't my translation. This text comes from the kustron.blogsport.com.

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Post by kustron » 11 May 2007 17:41

hello,

it was mine translation, :Baron.waffen - it`s the same thing which I sent you through email :) [did you get it?] I put it on a blog because I think it`s interesting. I thought that you`re not only one who`d like to know something about Kustron. And yes, there`s more about him but in polish.
I even have a book about him but I don`t have time to translate it.

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Post by Lornito Uriarte Mahinay Jr. » 11 May 2007 21:15

Sorry, but I didn't receive anything. I checked my gmail and yahoo accounts but there wasn't.

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