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BONGO International Funeral Service
ul. Etiudy Rewolucyjnej 48, Warszawa 02-643
Branch: ul. Solec 3/5, Lodz 94-247

Tel 0048 22 831 00 36
Tel 0048 22 635 21 93
fax 0048 22 831 79 96
Mobile: 0048 506 155 499
Mobile: 0048 509 024 007
e-mail: biuro@bongo.com.pl

NIP: 727-26-88-250

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DEMBIŃSKI RYSZARD STEFAN

Born: 24 February 1924

Died: 29 June 2008


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Richard Stephen Dembiński (February 24, 1924 – June 29, 2008) - was Siberians, along with his mother was exiled by the Soviet authorities to Kazakhstan. He joined the army of General Wladyslaw Anders, and later as a soldier of the 1st Armoured Division gen. The Armored division of General Stanisława Maczka participated in independent France, Belgium and Holland. After the war, Richard Dembiński remained in exile in London. There, he served for many years as Secretary, member of the editorial Board and the Chairman of the Committee of the Editorial Board of ""Review of Cavalry and Armoured Weapons". Actively worked in the Polish Institute and Museum of General Sikorski in London. Since 1999, he served as an honorary member of the Archival Heritage to the Minister of culture of the Polish Underground Movement Study and the Chapter of the Order of the Rebirth of Poland.

Company BONGO organized the transportation of the bodies of State Dembińskich - Captain Richard Stephen Dembińskiego and his wife Wanda's Roses with Raczyńskiej of the coat of arms Nałęcz. The body was brought from London to Poznań.