Piotr szczepanik - ricercar 64 - puste koperty


Some of his better known songs are Żółte Kalendarze ("Yellow calendars"), Kochać ("To love"), Goniąc kormorany ("Chasing cormorants"), and Nigdy więcej ("Never again").

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After the war Bór-Komorowski moved to London, where he played an active role in Polish émigré circles. From 1947 to 1949 he served as Prime Minister of the Polish government-in-exile , which no longer had diplomatic recognition from most Western European countries. He wrote the story of his experiences in The Secret Army (1950). After the war he was an upholsterer. He died in London aged 71. [2] After his death in London on 24 August 1966, he was buried in Gunnersbury Cemetery (also known as (New) Kensington Cemetery). On 30 July 1994 Gen. Bór-Komorowski's ashes were buried in Powązki Military Cemetery in Warsaw. [4]


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