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Wawrzyniec Dayczak was born August 27, 1882 year in Podolia in the village near the town of Reniów Zaliztsi in the former province Ternopil. He was the oldest sibling son of a peasant named Matthias. After graduating from the classical gymnasium in Brody, he studied at the Technical University of Lviv Faculty of Architecture, completing his diploma in 1915. In the gymnasium, he established contact with the secret organization called międzyzaborową ZET. These activities continued in the study period from 1904 to be in the next year to higher levels of the undersigning Organisations Circle Bracki Zet. It was in 1905, by courier to Warsaw, which he participated in this way in the preparatory work. Simultaneously he worked as an activist within the eastern section of trójzaborowej socio-educational as Folk School Society (TSL). In 1908 he founded Team Bartoszowa-Poland's first period of independence partitions organization of rural youth. He was the Chief of Headquarters Teams Bartoszowych. After graduating in 1915, he was appointed to the Austrian army.
Podolia or Podilia is a historic region in Eastern Europe, located in the west-central and south-western parts of Ukraine and in northeastern Moldova. The name derives from Old Slavic po, meaning "by/next to/along" and dol, "valley".
Ternopil is a city in western Ukraine, located on the banks of the Seret River. Until 1944, it was known mostly as Tarnopol. Ternopil is one of the major cities of Western Ukraine and the historical regions of Galicia and Podolia. It is served by Ternopil Airport. In January 2019, the population of Ternopil was estimated at 221,820.
Brody is a city in Lviv Oblast (region) of western Ukraine. It is the administrative center of Brody Raion (district), and is located in the valley of the upper Styr River, approximately 90 kilometres northeast of the oblast capital, Lviv. Population: 23,713 (2016 est.).
He was a member of the General Headquarters of Defence Lvov, head of the Polish mobilization of Military Personnel in Lvov in 1918 . In early 1919, he was seconded to Warsaw in connection with the formulation of the relief. In 1920, he was a volunteer army in Lviv. He designed and built about 100 churches. Churches his mostly rural churches. In the years 1945-1964 continued to teach in the field of architecture and construction at the State School Building in Jarosław. He died on April 28, 1968 in Jarosław and was buried at Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw.
Jarosław is a town in south-eastern Poland, with 38,970 inhabitants, as of 30 June 2014. Situated in the Subcarpathian Voivodeship, previously in Przemyśl Voivodeship (1975–1998), it is the capital of Jarosław County.
Powązki Cemetery, also known as the Stare Powązki is a historic cemetery located in the Wola district, western part of Warsaw, Poland. It is the most famous cemetery in the city, and one of the oldest, having been established in 1790 on land donated by Melchior Szymanowski. It is the burial place of many illustrious individuals from Polish history. Some are interred along the "Avenue of the Distinguished" - Aleja Zasłużonych, created in 1925. It is estimated that over 1 million people are buried at Powązki.
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Tadeusz Walenty Pełczyński was a Polish Army major general, intelligence officer and chief of the General Staff's Section II.
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Teodor Marian Talowski was a Polish architect and painter. Because of his style, which combined late Historicism with Art Nouveau and Modernist influences, he has been described as "the Polish Gaudi". His works include apartment buildings, churches, chapels and public buildings in Kraków, Lviv and other cities throughout former Austrian Galicia.
Myron Korduba was a Ukrainian historian, professor of the history of Ukraine at the Warsaw University Faculty of Humanities in 1929-1939; and author of biographies of famous Ukrainians in the Polish Biographical Dictionary (PSB).
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