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        <h1 class="text-center">Witold Pilecki</h1>
        <h3 class="text-center">Rittmeister of Polish Cavalry</h3>
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        <h5 class="text-center">One of the biggest heroes in Poland's contemporary history.</h5>    
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                <h2>Witold's Report time line:</h2> 
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                    <li><strong>1939</strong> - After the Polish Army was defeated in the Invasion of Poland, Witold Pilecki establishes the Secret Polish Army</li>
                    <li><strong>1940</strong> - Pilecki presents to his superiors a plan to enter Germany's Auschwitz concentration camp, gather intelligence on the camp from the inside, and organize inmate resistance (At that time little was known about the Germans' running of the camp, and it was thought to be an internment camp or large prison rather than a death camp).</li>
                    <li><strong>1940</strong> - His superiors approve the plan and provide him with a false identity card in the name of "Tomasz Serafiński". On September 19 he deliberately goes out during a Warsaw street roundup, and gets caught by the Germans along with some 2,000 innocent civilians. After two days' detention, where prisoners suffer beatings with rubber batons, Pilecki is sent to Auschwitz and is assigned inmate number 4859.</li>
                    <li><strong>1940-1943</strong> - Inside the camp Pilecki organizes the underground Union of Military Organizations. ZOW's intelligence network inside the camp starts to send regular reports to the Home Army from October 1940. Starting in November 1940, the first information about the genocide that occurs in the camp is sent via ZOW to Home Army Headquarters in Warsaw. Pilecki plans a general uprising in Auschwitz and hopes that the Allies will drop arms or troops into the camp and that the Home Army will organize an assault on the camp from outside.</li>
                    <li><strong>1943</strong> - Pilecki decides to break out of the camp, hoping to personally convince Home Army leaders about his idea of uprising in Auschwitz. On the night of April 26/27, Pilecki makes a daring escape from the camp, but the Home Army does not accept his plan, as the Allies consider his reports about the Holocaust exaggerated.</li>
                    <li><strong>1943</strong> - After the escape Pilecki writes "Raport W". The report is signed by other members of the Polish underground who worked with him.</li>
                    <li><strong>1945</strong> - After his release from the German prisoner-of-war camp at Murnau in 1945, Pilecki prepares a version of the report that is over 100 pages long.</li>
                <h2>If you want to learn more about Witold Pilecki you can read about him on <a target="_blank"  href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witold_Pilecki">Wikipedia entry</a>. There is also an entry specifically about <a target="_blank" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witold%27s_Report">Witold's Report</a>.</h2>
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