He was born in Warsaw, Poland and was killed in the Katyn massacre. His family received the last postcard on February 11, 1940. His exact date of death is unknown, but he was on the list of the NKVD dated April 3, 1940.
Four years later he was a member of the Polish team which finished fourth in the 1932 Olympic tournament. He played all six matches and scored two goals. This made him the top scorer for the team, scoring two out of the team's three goals
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- Lista Katynska, Gryf 1989 Page 97>
- Allen Paul Katyn Naval Institute, 1996 ISBN 1-55750-670-1 Page 233
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- profile (Polish)
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