Stanisław Grzesiuk

Stanisław Grzesiuk


Born
in Małków near Chełm, Poland
May 06, 1918

Died
January 21, 1963

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Stanisław Grzesiuk (Polish pronunciation: [staˈɲiswaf ˈɡʐɛɕuk]; 6 May 1918, Małków, Łęczna County - 21 January 1963) was a Polish writer, poet, singer, and comedian. He is notable as one of the few public figures to use and promote the singing style and dialect of pre-war Warsaw after their near extinction in the aftermath of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.

Stanisław Grzesiuk was born May 6, 1918 in Małków near Chełm. Early in his life his family moved to Warsaw's borough of Czerniaków, a distinct cultural area populated mostly by factory workers and other working poor. After graduating from a local trade school he started work as an electro-technician for various enterprises. After the outbreak of World War II he was arrested by the Germans in 19
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