On 10 April 2010 Poland faced an unprecedented situation. The death of ninety-six passengers of the airplane near Smolensk struck the Polish nation suddenly and ruthlessly.
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In December 2010 we repatriated from Kinross in Scotland to Cieszyn the remains of Colonel Gwido Langer – the head of the cipher bureau attempting to break the Enigma code. He was the supervisor of Major Maksymilian Ciężki whose disinterred remains were repatriated by us in November 2008.
General Tadeusz Klimecki – the Chief of Staff of the Commander-in-Chief, Colonel Andrzej Marecki - the Head of the Operative Section of the Commander-in-Chief Staff, and Captain Jozef Ponikiewski returned together to their home country.
In November 2008 we repatriated to Poland the remains of Maksymilian Ciezki, the author of the success of the Polish cryptologists coping with the Enigma. If it were not for him and his people, the Allies would stand no chance of decoding the Enigma. After the war, he settled in Wales where he died in 1951.
In cooperation with the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Military Attaché of Canada in Warsaw we were involved in dispatching to Canada for identification purposes the remains found at the scene of the crash of the Halifax JP276 aircraft with the mixed British-Canadian crew, shot down in August 1944 by German fighters near Dabrowa Tarnowska.
We were invited to join the project of the American Council for Polish Culture relating to the solemn funeral of the remains of General Kazimierz Pułaski found in Savannah.
The ashes of the last commander of the Warsaw defense in September 1939, General Walerian Czuma, and the ashes of his brother Colonel Wladyslaw Czuma return to Warsaw We had the honor to arrange for the Warsaw Municipal Office for the repatriation of the ashes of the last commander of General Walerian Czuma and the ashes of his brother Colonel Wladyslaw Czuma from the Wrexham Cemetery in Wales to Warsaw.
That day EA-6B Prowler airplane, while flying at a very low altitude from the nearby US airforce base, cut the bearer cable of the local cable car.
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