Maja Berezowska (born April 13, 1893 or 1898 in Baranowicze – May 31, 1978 in Warsaw) was a Polish painter. From 1933 to 1936 she lived in Paris and worked with magazines such as “Le Figaro”, “Le Rire” and “Ici Paris”. She made a few caricature cartoons of Adolf Hitler which resulted in the official protest of the German Embassy in Paris, which sued Berezowska. She appeared in court but escaped having to pay any fine. However, Nazi Germans remembered her “outrage”. After her return to Poland and the outbreak of World War II she was imprisoned at Pawiak, and later – with the death sentence – sent and imprisoned in Ravensbrück concentration camp. After liberation of the Ravensbrück camp by the Soviet forces she left, with a group of other Polish women, first for Stockholm and a year later, in 1946, returned to her native Poland
Zygmunt Henryk Berling (27 April 1896 – 11 July 1980) was a Polish general and politician. He fought for the independence of Poland in the early 20th century. During Second World War he was sentenced to death in absentia for desertion from the Polish Army of General Władysław Anders. Later he became the commander of the 1st Polish Army, part of the Polish Army in the USSR and played an important role in the post-war Polish government
Bolesław Bierut born Bolesław Biernacki; 1892–1956; was a Polish Communist leader, NKVD agent, and a hard-line Stalinist who became President of Poland after the Soviet takeover of the country in the aftermath of World War II.
Polish actress active in both Poland and the United States, a star of Polish movies and television in the 1960s whose marriage to the American journalist David Halberstam made her an outcast in her home country, and whose career frustrations in the United States became a cautionary tale for immigrant artist
Polish footballer, who played as an offensive midfielder in the playmaker role and was one of the most highly regarded players of his generation. Played for the national team of Poland, won the gold medal in the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, and the bronze in Football World Cup 1974, after a match against Brazil. He died in a car accident in San Diego, California, aged 41. In 1994 he was chosen by the Polish Football Association (PZPN) and the readers of all Polish sports-related newspapers as the Polish Football Player of All Time. His number 10 is retired by Legia Warszawa
Stanisław Ryszard Dobrowolski
Polish poet, writer and translator (from Yiddish, Russian, Romani and Hungarian).
Polish social historian , scholar, intellectual and politician, a passionate Pole and exemplary European, was a source of intellectual inspiration as well as a model for prudent action and moral decency for many
Coach of Poland national football team and honorary president of Polish Football Union (Polski Związek Piłki Nożnej, PZPN). He was also a football player, capped once for Poland.
Adam Hanuszkiewicz – was a Polish actor and theatre director.
Gen. Sławomir Petelicki
Barbara Lasocka Pszoniak
Jerzy Stefan Stawiński
Pomnik Żołnierzy WP Poległym w Kampanii Wrześniowej
Ofiary katastrofy lotniczej PLL LOT 9 maja 1957
Ofiary Katastrofy Lotniczej PLL LOT w Marcu 1980
Ofiar Katastrofy Lotniczej pod Smoleńskiem 10 Kwietnia 2010
Ponary 1941-1944 – Pomnik Pamięci Tysięcy Polaków Zamordowanych w Ponarach k. Wilna
Groby żołnierzy poległych w wojnie polsko –rosyjskiej 1920r
Pomnik poległym w obronie Warszawy w 1920r
Zołnierze Armii Ludowej
Pomnik Batalionów Chłopskich 1939-1945
Pomnik Żołnierz Pierwszej Dywizji Piechoty im Tadeusz Kościuszki polgełym w wyzwoleniu Pragi
Pomnik Poległym pod Lenino
Bohaterom Powstania 1863 r.