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Władysław Łukasiuk

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Władysław Łukasiuk (February 16, 1906 - June 27, 1949) (nom de guerre "Młot" or "Młot II" - "The Hammer" or "Hammer II") was a captain of the Polish Army, of the Home Army (AK), and the anti-communist underground. Early life He was born in Tokary to a peasant family where he finished elementary and high school. In 1929 he joined the military where he quickly advanced to the rank of platoon commander. However his official military career was cut short by an accident incurred when he was riding a horse. His left leg was paralyzed and he was released from the army. He married Jadwiga Oksiutówna and settled in Mężenin on the Bug River where he had three children. Until the outbreak of World War II he served as the deputy Wójt (mayor) of Sarnaki and ran the village store. Some historians have speculated that he was involved in Polish military intelligence services at the time, in particular, gat
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