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Radom

in Radom, he was sent to a Trade Academy in Sankt Gallen in Switzerland. There he formed a unit of the Związek Strzelecki and started organizing military training for the Polish emigrees and students. It was then he adopted his nom de guerre of ''Grzmot'' (Polish language for thunder), which later formed a part of his surname. Upon the outbreak of the Great War (World War I) he returned to Poland, to Austro-Hungarian (Austria-Hungary) Galicia (Galicia (Central Europe)), where he volunteered for the service in the Polish Legions (Polish Legions in World War I). In August 1914 he became the member of the famous Belina's Patrol under Władysław Belina-Prażmowski, the first detachment of the Polish Cavalry to cross the border with Privislinsky Krai. Later in the war he served in the cavalry regiment of the Legions, in which he commanded a platoon and then a squadron. After the Oath Crisis of 1917 he was interned in a camp in Beniaminów. * Wikipedia:Radom Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazowieckie Radom Commons:Category:Radom


Switzerland

and prominent branches). After graduating from a gymnasium in Radom, he was sent to a Trade Academy in Sankt Gallen in Switzerland. There he formed a unit of the Związek Strzelecki and started organizing military training for the Polish emigrees and students. It was then he adopted his nom de guerre of ''Grzmot'' (Polish language for thunder), which later formed a part of his surname. Upon the outbreak of the Great War (World War I) he returned to Poland, to Austro-Hungarian (Austria-Hungary) Galicia (Galicia (Central Europe)), where he volunteered for the service in the Polish Legions (Polish Legions in World War I). In August 1914 he became the member of the famous Belina's Patrol under Władysław Belina-Prażmowski, the first detachment of the Polish Cavalry to cross the border with Privislinsky Krai. Later in the war he served in the cavalry regiment of the Legions, in which he commanded a platoon and then a squadron. After the Oath Crisis of 1917 he was interned in a camp in Beniaminów. The '''Palais des Nations''' ( commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


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