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Wacław Bojarski grave in bródno

Wacław Bojarski, pseudonym “Czarnota” (30 October 1921 – 5 June 1943) was Polish poet belonging to the Generation of Columbuses and the Konfederacja Narodu underground organization. During the Second World War he studied in the Warsaw underground university. He was the editor in chief of the monthly magazine Sztuka i Naród (Art and Nation).[1] Bojarski died on 5 June 1943 suffering from his wounds from the earlier fight with Germans.


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