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andrzejakgnatowska Andrzejak-Gnatowska, Wacława (camp number 7718) was born 15 September 1921 in Chelm Lublin. Till the outbreak of war she was a secondary school pupil, at that time she was involved in scouting. In the period of the occupation she stopped by ZWZ, where she was a liaison. She was arrested on 21 July 1941, held prisoner in the Lublin castle, and from there on 21 September 1941 taken to the concentration camp Ravensbrück. In the camp she was subjected of medical experiments and on 23 November 1942 operated on by the Dr. Fritz Fischer. Liberation found her 3 May 1945 in the German village Parchim. On her return homewards she finished college. Till 1958 she worked as an economist. Since 1959 she receives special pension. She lives in Warsaw. Decorated among others: with the Knight's Cross of the Order of Poland Reborn, the Golden Cross of Merit, the Cross of Merit for the ZHP, the Partisan Cross.[1]

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  1. ^ from Janusz Tajchert website