Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski (3 May 1888 in Ruszkowiec – 13 October 1938 in Venice), was a Polish cavalryman, colonel and politician. He was a member of Związek Walki Czynnej since 1909, later Związek Strzelecki. Student of Lwów Politechnic in 1919–1913. From 1929 he lived in Kraków and retired from the military. In 1931-1933 he was a mayor of Kraków and from 1933 to 1937, voivode of Lwów. In 1938 he retired from public work due to worsening health; he died later that year, aged fifty.

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  • Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski (3 May 1888 in Ruszkowiec – 13 October 1938 in Venice), was a Polish cavalryman, colonel and politician. He was a member of Związek Walki Czynnej since 1909, later Związek Strzelecki. Student of Lwów Politechnic in 1919–1913. Serving under Józef Piłsudski, he became one of the first Polish soldiers - formally under Austrian command - who entered Russian-held Polish territory during the First World War. Member of Polish Legions, organizer and commander of 1st Regiment of Polish Uhlans and later . Later he fought in the Polish-Ukrainian War (1918–1919) and Polish-Soviet War (1919–1921). In April 1919 his troops were instrumental in taking Wilno. Piłsudski would declare Belina's cavalry action a most exquisite military action carried out by Polish cavalry in this war. From 1929 he lived in Kraków and retired from the military. In 1931-1933 he was a mayor of Kraków and from 1933 to 1937, voivode of Lwów. In 1938 he retired from public work due to worsening health; he died later that year, aged fifty. (en)
  • Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski (ur. 3 maja 1888 w Ruszkowcu, zm. 13 października 1938 w Wenecji) – pułkownik kawalerii Wojska Polskiego, urzędnik samorządowy II Rzeczypospolitej, kawaler Orderu Virtuti Militari. (pl)
  • Владислав Зигмунт Бели́на-Пражмо́вский (польск. Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski; 3 мая 1888, Ручковец, около Опатува, Опатувский уезд, Радомская губерния, царство Польское, Российская империя — 13 октября 1938, Венеция, королевство Италия) — польский военный, полковник, основатель польской кавалерии, воевода Львовского воеводства в 1933—1937 годах, президент Кракова в 1931—1933 годах. (ru)
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  • Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski (ur. 3 maja 1888 w Ruszkowcu, zm. 13 października 1938 w Wenecji) – pułkownik kawalerii Wojska Polskiego, urzędnik samorządowy II Rzeczypospolitej, kawaler Orderu Virtuti Militari. (pl)
  • Владислав Зигмунт Бели́на-Пражмо́вский (польск. Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski; 3 мая 1888, Ручковец, около Опатува, Опатувский уезд, Радомская губерния, царство Польское, Российская империя — 13 октября 1938, Венеция, королевство Италия) — польский военный, полковник, основатель польской кавалерии, воевода Львовского воеводства в 1933—1937 годах, президент Кракова в 1931—1933 годах. (ru)
  • Władysław Zygmunt Belina-Prażmowski (3 May 1888 in Ruszkowiec – 13 October 1938 in Venice), was a Polish cavalryman, colonel and politician. He was a member of Związek Walki Czynnej since 1909, later Związek Strzelecki. Student of Lwów Politechnic in 1919–1913. From 1929 he lived in Kraków and retired from the military. In 1931-1933 he was a mayor of Kraków and from 1933 to 1937, voivode of Lwów. In 1938 he retired from public work due to worsening health; he died later that year, aged fifty. (en)
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  • Władysław Belina-Prażmowski (en)
  • Władysław Belina-Prażmowski (pl)
  • Белина-Пражмовский, Владислав (ru)
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