The Institute of National Remembrance identified the remains of Sec. Lt. Henryk Wieliczko pseudonym Lufa

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The Institute of National Remembrance identified the remains of the anti-communist underground soldier, Sec. Lt. Henryk Wieliczka pseudonym Lufa, which were found in April this year at the cemetery at Unicka Street in Lublin. In 1949, Wieliczko was murdered by communists in a prison at the Lublin Castle.

“(…) we have just received the opinion of the Department of Forensic Medicine in Lublin (…) and it shows that the remains of Henryk Wieliczka pseudonym Lufa were identified,” informed Karol Nawrocki, the President of the Institute of National Remembrance, on Friday in Lublin.

In his opinion, Wieliczko was one of the “bravest, most daring, dynamic soldiers of the 5th Vilnius Brigade of the Home Army”.

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“This information proves that the Institute of National Remembrance is returning for all Polish heroes and soldiers of the anti-communist underground,” added Nawrocki.

On Friday, the President of the Institute of National Remembrance, Karol Nawrocki, met with the niece of Henryk Wieliczko, and informed her about her uncle’s identification. In consultation with the family, a decision is to be made on the date and place of the hero’s funeral.

Henryk Wieliczko was born on August 18, 1925 in Vilnius. On March 14, 1949, he was murdered by communists in a prison at the Lublin Castle.

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