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Wacław Jędrzejewicz

Wacław Jędrzejewicz
Wacław Jędrzejewicz in 1934
President of the Piłsudski Institute of America
In office
1977–1978
Preceded by Jan Fryling
Succeeded by Tadeusz Pawłowicz
Executive Director of the Piłsudski Institute of America
In office
1943–1948
Succeeded by Marian Chodacki
Executive Director of the Piłsudski Institute of America
In office
1963–1964
Preceded by Wincenty Kowalski
Succeeded by Jan Fryling
Personal details
Born 29 January 1893
Spiczyńce, Russian Empire
(formerly Poland)
Died 30 November 1993 (aged 100)
Cheshire, Connecticut, USA
Resting place Powązki Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland
Nationality Polish

General Wacław Jędrzejewicz (Polish pronunciation: ; 29 January 1893 – 30 November 1993) was a Polish Army officer, diplomat, politician and historian, and subsequently an American college professor.

He

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