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File:Pilsudski wanted.jpg


A 1928 reprint of 1887 wanted poster for Piłsudski. Translated into Polish. Source: 1) Polish wiki 2) Polish wiki states 'scanned from original'. PD because of age.

Arrest warrant of Józef Piłsudski
Historical document - for the tenth anniversary of Polish independence
State criminal
Years 19 - 1887
Height 1 m, 75 cm
Face clear
Eyes grey
Hair darkblond
Sideburns lightblond rare
Eye brows darkblond coming together
Beard darkblond
Mustaches lightblond
Nose normal
Mouth normal
Teeth not all
Chin round
Distinctive marks:
1)clear face, only his eyebrows are growing together over his nose
2)a wart on the edge of the right ear


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