Jan Rodowicz

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Jan Rodowicz codename: Anoda was a Polish Scoutmaster (podharcmistrz), First Lieutenant of the AK-Szare Szeregi.

During the German occupation of Poland in World War II Rodowicz was member of Wawer and the Grupy Szturmowe (Assault Groups) of the Szare Szeregi.

He took part in several sabotage actions against the German forces, among others in the so-called Arsenal action on March 26, 1943.

During the Warsaw Uprising he was second-in-commander of the III platoon "Felek", 2. company "Rudy" of the Batalion Zośka.

In December 1948, he was arrested by the communist regime on the personal order of Julia Bristygierowa from Ministry of Public Security of Poland and died on January 7, 1949.

He was tortured and beaten to death.

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        26.03.1943 | Operation Arsenal

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        01.08.1944 | Began the Warsaw Uprising

        The Warsaw Uprising (Polish: powstanie warszawskie) was a major World War II operation by the Polish resistance Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa) to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. The rebellion was timed to coincide with the Soviet Union's Red Army approaching the eastern suburbs of the city and the retreat of German forces.[9] However, the Soviet advance stopped short, enabling the Germans to regroup and demolish the city while defeating the Polish resistance, which fought for 63 days with little outside support. The Uprising was the largest single military effort taken by any European resistance movement during World War II.

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