Antoni Listowski

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Dzimšanas datums:
29.03.1865
Miršanas datums:
13.09.1927
Papildu vārdi:
Antoni Listowski
Kategorijas:
1. Pasaules kara dalībnieks, Ģenerālis
Tautība:
 polis
Kapsēta:
Warschau, Powązki-Friedhof

Antoni Listowski (29 March 1865, Warsaw - 13 September 1927, Warsaw) was a Polish military officer. He reached the rank of general and took part in the Polish-Soviet War.

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