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Having a Great Uncle that was an Eaglet of Lwów


JozefKPilsudski 3 | 15
24 Jun 2011 #1
My Great Uncle was an Eaglet of Lwów, he joined the army during the Polish-Soviet War at 15 (I still have his paybook).

My question is:
I read somewhere that if your ancestor was an Eaglet you had the right to be buried in this certain cemetery, is this true? And if so, how do I apply to be buried there (even though I'm 14, I'm looking ahead!)

Thanks
RobertLee 4 | 73
24 Jun 2011 #2
You mean in:
pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cmentarz_%C5%81yczakowski_we_Lwowie
?
LOL, no, I think you won't get accepted.
Incidentally I saw yesterday a documentary on Polish defense of Lwów. For 3 weeks Polish youth held off Ukrainian veterans!
OP JozefKPilsudski 3 | 15
24 Jun 2011 #3
Oh that's slightly depressing.

Yeah, he came from Brody - a nearby town. After the war he got land of his own and a few military medals off the State.

Thanks for replying!


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