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STANISŁAW
MIELCAREK



Lista Krzystka Updated: 2011-12-30
Official Number
780902

Rank
polski: kpr.strzel.pokł./300 DB/
brytyjski: Sgt

Date of birth
1920-09-14

Date of death
1942-06-20

Cemetery
mapa
Sage War Cemetery
Wsp. 52.936962, 8.208534

Grave
Plot I Row F Joint Grave 1-2.
Photo of grave

Country
Niemcy

Period
World War II

Source
"Księga lotników polskich..." O. Cumft, H.K. Kujawa    
"Ku czci..." Zbiorowa    
"Polskie Siły Powietrzne..." T.J. i Anna Krzystek    
"Lotnicze Harcerstwo Lubelszczyzny" Stanisław J. Dąbrowski hm.
 
Comments
  • 2013-05-31 Alexander/Mielcarek
    this nam is my paternal uncle. Hhis brother Josef was killed in a training accident, his brother, my fathewr was a spitfire piolot in 308 squadron. Immigrated to Australia.
  • 2017-03-24 Grudniak Wiesław
    Dziękuję bardzo za wpis.
  • 2019-11-17 Sławomir Bruzi
    And your father was probably named Władysław and born around 1926 or 1924 near Pleszew in Poland. His father or your grandfather ended his service in the Polish Army as a major. After World War II he returned to Poland. If so, then your father and my father were cousins. Your grandfather, the major had a sister Jadwiga - this is my grandmother and brother Franciszek, who fell in the battle near Krotoszyn in the Greater Poland Uprising. My father often told me about his 3 brave cousins, 2 of whom died in the Battle of Britain and the third after the fights emigrated to Australia.