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Florian Marciniak : biography

May 4, 1915 - February, 1944

Florian Marciniak (codenames: Jerzy Nowak, Nowak, J.Krzemień, Szary, Flo; born 4 May 1915, Gorzyce, Kościan County – died 20/21 February 1944, Gross-Rosen) was a Polish scoutmaster (harcmistrz), and the first Naczelnik (Chief Scout) of the paramilitary scouting resistance organization, the Szare Szeregi, during the Second World War.

Marciniak was a graduate of St. John Cantius High School in Poznań. He was arrested by the Gestapo on 6 May 1943 and murdered in February 1944 at the Gross-Rosen concentration camp.

Category:1915 births Category:1944 deaths Category:People from Czempiń Category:Polish resistance fighters Category:Polish Scouts and Guides Category:Gross-Rosen concentration camp victims Category:Military personnel who died in Nazi concentration camps Category:Polish military personnel killed in World War II Category:Murdered military personnel Category:Polish people executed in Nazi concentration camps

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