Zdzisław Broński „Uskok” [10]

Zdzisław Broński „Uskok”

Subject: The Enduring Soldiers Accursed by the Communists
Face value: 10 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Diameter: 32 mm
Weight: 14.14 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 10000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: pad printing
Date of issue: 2022-02-23
Issue price: 170 pln
The reverse of the coin carries the images of Zdzisław Broński alias Uskok, the War Order of Virtuti Militari, a white-and-red flag with the Fighting Poland symbol and an inscription: 1912–1949.

Designer: Dobrochna Surajewska
In the central part of the coin – image of the coat of arms eagle established as the national emblem of the Republic of Poland. Below the left talon of the eagle – mint mark: m/w. Along the rim – issuing country: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA (the Republic of Poland). In the bottom part of the coin – face value: 10 zł, year of issue: 2022. In the background – stylized decorative surface: broken prison bars.

Designer: Dobrochna Surajewska

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Zdzisław Broński „Uskok”

Zdzisław Broński was born on 24 December 1912 in Radzic Stary in the Lublin region, to a large peasant family. He attended the Stefan Batory Gymnasium in Lublin, and in 1934 was called up for military service in the 50th Infantry Regiment in Włodzimierz Wołyński, where he completed non-commissioned officer school. He was active in self-education circles and the Union of Rural Youth “Siew”.

In the defensive war of September 1939, he was taken prisoner by the Germans. After escaping from a stalag (prisoner of war camp), he returned to his homeland to become involved in the Polish Armed Organisation (Polska Organizacja Zbrojna), which merged with the Home Army. He headed a unit (eventually 60 soldiers) which was part of the “Lublin” Inspectorate, ...

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