Karol Maleczyński

Karol Maleczyński (born 1897, died 1968) was a Polish historian.[1]

Karol Maleczyński was born October 28, 1897 in Grębowo near Tarnobrzeg.[2] He was son of Stefan and Józefina.[2] Maleczyński attended to gimnazjum in Stanisławów and Lwów from 1907 to 1915.[2] He enrolled at the University in Lwów, but was enlisted to the Austrian Army.[2] Later he served in the Polish Army.[2] After demobilisation he again enrolled at the University in Lwów, where he study history. He graduated in March 1924.[2]

Maleczyński gained his PhD at the Jan Kazimierz University in Lwów in 1924.[1] He passed his habilitation at the same university in 1929.[2][1] He became a professor in 1939.[2][1] After the Second World War Maleczyński was working at the University of Wrocław.[1]

Karol Maleczyński was author of around 250 publications.[1] He was also an editor of the Gesta principum Polonorum.[3]

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f Samp, p. 108.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Heck, p. 481.
  3. ^ Samp, p. 110.

ReferencesEdit

  • Heck, Roman (1968). "Profesor dr Karol Maleczyński" (PDF). Śląski Kwartalnik Historyczny Sobótka. 23 (3).
  • Samp, Mariusz (2018). "KAROL MALECZYŃSKI JAKO BADACZ DZIEJÓW WOJNY POLSKO-NIEMIECKIEJ 1109 ROKU". Colloquium Wydziału Nauk Humanistycznych i Społecznych AMW (2): 108.

Further readingEdit

  • Przemysław Wiszewski, Karol Maleczyński (1897-1968), in Mediewiści, ed. Jerzy Strzelczyk, Poznań 2011.

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