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Joseph Dubicki (1910 - 1984) was born on November 16, 1910 in Vilnius, Vilniaus miesto savivaldybė County, Vilnius County Lithuania. He was born into the Dubicki family.
There are no known marriages or children on file for Joseph. Joseph died on August 23, 1984 at Home, 174-15th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York at 73 years of age. His family lists the cause of death as: heart attack. He was buried on August 29, 1984 in Our Lady of Czestochowa National Shrine, 654 Ferry Rd, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
Joseph Dubicki's last known residence is at Home, 174-15th Street - Apartment 8, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
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Jozef was the son of Michal and Konstancja from Folwark Cieletniki, and brother of Apolonia, Antoni, Leon, Michal, and Piotr, all born in Poland. He lived with his uncle Aleksander Dubicki (professor of mathematics) in Wilno until WWII broke out and he was deported to Siberia. He was able to leave the Soviet POW camp in the USSR with General Wladyslaw Anders's Army. He was a war correspondent with the Polish II Corps under British Command in Palestine. He lost his youngest brother Piotr, who was killed by the German Nazis at Monte Cassino (and is buried there). After the war, he was relocated to England, where he married Halina Bortkiewicz, whose family background and history of exile was very similar to his. They emigrated to the U.S., to New York City, where they had one child, a daughter, Irene (Irunia) Dubicka, born in Manhattan in 1951. He worked as a journalist and Brooklyn correspondent for the Nowy Swiat and then the Nowy Dziennik newspapers in Manhattan. He returned to Poland in ~1974 for a tearful reunion to visit his family. A fiery anti-Communist activist, he was often compared to the Roman speaker Cato. He died supporting Solidarnosc through martial law in Poland but did not live to witness Lech Walesa's being elected President or Poland's regaining its independence, which had been his life's mission and his avocation. He also did not live to see his grandson, Conrad Morawski, born a week after his funeral.
- Given name
- Dubicki family history
- United States, Poland
- Last Known Residence
174-15th Street - Apartment 8, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
Vilnius, Vilniaus miesto savivaldybė County, Vilnius County Lithuania
174-15th Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York
- Burial / Funeral
at Our Lady of Czestochowa National Shrine,
654 Ferry Rd, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
- Cause of death
- Heart attack
- Stefan Batory University, Wilno, Poland
- Teacher; Broadcaster (Radio Free Europe); Journalist; anti-Communist writer and speaker
- Military Service
- Corporal in Polish II Corps (Army under British command) during WWII
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Republished in Dziennik on the 25th anniversary of his death; at [external link]
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