The 'after-effects of experiments conducted on him by Nazi doctors at the Dachau concentration camp have resulted in the death of Fr. Mieczyslav Golniewicz, 53. At the Requiem Mass in Hamburg, Fr. Golniewicz (who was the chaplain to Polish Catholics in North Germany), was cited as one of 2,000 priests who had given up their lives for Faith and country in World War 11 and its aftermath.
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16th March 1962
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People: Mieczyslav Golniewicz
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2,000 priests died . .
Keywords: Dachau Concentration Camp, Dachau, Schutzstaffel, Germany–poland Relations, Stefan Wincenty Frelichowski, Nazi Human Experimentation, Religion / Belief, War / Conflict
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