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Владислав Бартошевский
Бартошевский попал в Освенцим, будучи 18 лет от роду. В лагере он провел семь месяцев, тяжело заболел и был отпущен. Участвовал в польском партизанском движении. После войны вступил в Польскую Рабочую партию, участвовал в диссидентском движении. В 1995 и в 2000-2001 годах возглавлял МИД Польши, на данный момент — государственный секретарь в аппарате председателя Совета министров Польши.
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