Up until '45, present-day Polish cities such as "Wroclaw", "Szczecin" or "Gdansk" bore German names!
they all bore German names that didn't mean a thing in German - they were simply germanised Slavic names
of driving without a valid driving licence
I'm sorry to have misrepresented the incident a bit - Piotr Najsztub had a valid driving licence in the time of the incident (from what I can gather after reading up on the subject) be he didn't have it on himself - back then having a DL with you while driving was compulsory (it isn't anymore thanks to digital technologies implemented by the police)
Piotr Najsztub had a valid driving licence in the time of the incident
ok, I read up some more - it turns out Najsztub actually didn't have a valid driving licence since it was withheld by the police some time earlier becuase of his previous driving offences -
Edit: it turns out he kept on driving without a valid DL for 8 years (since the police has withheld his licence in 2009)