Mieczysław Żywczyński

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Mieczysław Żywczyński (13 January 1901 in Warsaw – 21 February 1978 in Lublin) was a Polish historian and priest. He was a professor of Catholic University of Lublin. He was a researcher of the Church's history and general history.

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