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Juliusz Kaden-Bandrowski

Author Code: OJKB

Born: Feb. 24, 1885 - Rzeszow, Poland

Died: Aug. 8, 1944 - Warsaw, Poland

Initially educated in piano at the conservatories of Krakow, Lviv and Leipzig, he switched to philosophy following an accident and attended Brussels University. He became a reporter for the national press in 1907 and he became involved in Polish youth associations in exile. In 1911, he published Niezgula, his first novel and one which won critical acclaim. He followed in 1913 with his second novel, Proch. He enlisted in the Brigade of Polish Legions Josef Pilsudski at the outbreak of the First World War. He was promoted to warrant officer in 1916 and became a second lieutenant in the Fifth Regiment of the legions the following year. He joined the Polish Army and served as a staff officer and took part in various battles. In late 1918, he became an editor. Following the war he remained a reserve officer. He travelled to America in 1921 and lectured on the situation in Poland. He was very prolific during the 1920s. In 1922, he published perhaps his greatest work, General Barcz. From 1933 to 1939, he was the Secretary General of the Polish Academy of Literature. He remained in Warsaw during the Nazi occupation. He died from his wounds incurred in the Warsaw uprising. His works include Grave (1916), Autumn (1920), My Mother's City (1925), Mateusz Bigda (1932) and White Wings (1942).

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