Zbigniew Brym

Male, Deceased Person

1919 – 2006


Who was Zbigniew Brym?

Zbigniew Brym, nom-de-guerre "Zdunin", was a Polish colonel, soldier of the Home Army, participant in the Warsaw Uprising, photographer and publicist.

He graduated from the Officer Cadet School for Sappers in Modlin. Brym took part in the Polish September Campaign as part of the Independent Operational Group Polesie under General Franciszek Kleeberg. After the Polish defeat he was the commander of one of the sapper companies of the Secret Polish Army and later of Union of Armed Struggle.

During the Warsaw Uprising he led the 3rd company of the Chrobry II Battalion. He was a noted photographer during the uprising, leaving an extensive photographic record. After the uprising he was sent to the Oflag at Gross Born.

He was a member of the Honorary Committee during the construction of the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising.

His brother, Mieczysław Brym also took part in the uprising and was killed.

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Dec 1, 2006

on July 23, 2013


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