Hello! First, sorry for long time of silence. I had a lot of job et cetera. I would like to show you polish hero of WWII rotmistrz (it is captain in polish cavalry) Witold Pilecki. During World War II, he became the only known person to volunteer to be imprisoned at Auschwitz concentration camp. While there, he organized the resistance movement in the camp, and as early as 1940, informed the Western Allies of Nazi Germany's Auschwitz atrocities. He escaped from the camp in 1943 and took part in the Warsaw Uprising. He remained loyal to the Polish government in exile and was eventually executed in 1948 by the communist secret police Urząd Bezpieczeństwa. Until 1989, information on his exploits and fate was suppressed by the Polish communist regime. Witold Pilecki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rotamaster Pilecki This men was completely unknown before 1989 in polish history, because soviet regime tried to destroy the memory about him. Fortunatelly now, Pilecki is a hero, which is a example of polish patriotism. In polish cities are streets with his name, there is a theatre art about him. So he has a place, which he should have after 1945. 50 years too late... I'm not sure, but I think that this person is not good known in the West. So I try to show him to us.