Albin Siwak January 27, — April 4,  was a Polish politician , author of memoirs and a social activist. In he and his family moved to Praga. In he went to Warsaw in search of work. He was directed to the masonry brigade. He quickly became a shock worker. From he belonged to the Polish United Workers' Party.
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