Stefan Bembiński (nom de guerre Harnaś - a traditional title for the leader of a Podhallian or Carpathian bandit band)) (born July 24, 1917, in Łagowiec Opatowski, died January 1, 1998) was a Polish veteran of World War II, member of the Home Army, and a Polish senator.
In the interwar period, Bembiński finished the State Seminary for Education in Kielce. From 1936 he worked in public schools in Wsola and Kobylnik, at first as an instructor and later as a director of the Kobylnik school. Between 1938 and 1939 he attended the School for Reserve Cadets of the 8th Division of Infantry in Pułtusk.
World War II
He took part in the fighting during the Nazi invasion of Poland. He was captured and imprisoned as a prisoner of war, but he managed to escape and returned to Kobylnik where he resumed work at the school. Soon he became active in underground anti-Nazi resistance in the Radom Home Army (AK) where he was the commander of a station in Błotnica. He wa