Alfred Isidore Romer Alfred Isidore Romer, (16 Aprile 1832 – 24 January 1897) was a Belarusian, Polish and Lithuanian painter, sculptor, carver and medalist, participant of the January Uprising (1863) against ...
Antoni Bolesław Dobrowolski Antoni Bolesław Dobrowolski (Dworszowice Kościelne, 6 June 1872 – Warsaw, 27 April 1954) was a Polish geophysicist, meteorologist and explorer.
Benedykt Dybowski Benedykt Tadeusz Dybowski (12 May 183331 January 1930) was a Polish naturalist and physician.
Bolesław Limanowski Bolesław Limanowski (18 October 1835 - 15 February 1935) was a Polish socialist politician, as well as historian and journalist and advocate of Agrarianism.
Bronisław Piłsudski Bronisław Piotr Piłsudski (2 November 1866, Żułów – 17 May 1918), brother of Józef Piłsudski, was a Polish cultural anthropologist who conducted outstanding research on the Ainu ethnic gro...
Bronisław Szwarce Bronisław Antoni Szwarce was a Polish engineer and political activist.
Franciszek Malewski Franciszek Hieronim Malewski of Jastrzębiec coat of arms (1800-1870) was a Lithuanian -Polish lawyer, archivist and journalist.
Ignacy Prądzyński Ignacy Prądzyński was a Polish military commander and a general of the Polish Army.
Jan Czeczot Jan Czeczot of Ostoja (Ян Чачот, Jan Čačot, 1796–1847) was a noble of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth of Belarusian origin, famous polish romantic poet and ethnographer.
Jan Czerski Jan Stanisław Franciszek Czerski (3 May 184525 June 1892) was a Belarusian-Polish paleontologist (osteologist), geologist, geographer and explorer of Siberia.
Jan Kiliński Jan Kiliński (1760 in Trzemeszno - 28 January 1819 in Warsaw) was one of the commanders of the Kościuszko Uprising.
Józef Andrzej Załuski Józef Andrzej Załuski (12 January 17029 January 1774) was a Polish Catholic priest, Bishop of Kiev, a sponsor of learning and culture, and a renowned bibliophile.
Józef Jeżowski Józef Jeżowski (1793-1855) was a Polish philologist and poet.
Józef Kowalewski Józef Kowalewski (Иосиф Михайлович Ковалевский) (1801 – 1878) was a Polish orientalist.
Józef Piłsudski Józef Klemens Piłsudski was a Polish statesman; Chief of State, "First Marshal", and leader of the Second Polish Republic. From mid-World War I he had a major influence in Poland's politics, and was an important figure on the European political scene.
Kajetan Sołtyk Kajetan Ignacy Sołtyk (12 November 1715 – 30 July 1788) was a Polish Catholic priest, bishop of Kiev from 1756, bishop of Cracow from 13 March 1759.
Mariusz Zaruski Mariusz Zaruski (1867–1941) was a Brigadier-General in the Polish Army, a pioneer of Polish sports yachting, an outstanding climber of the winter and caves of Tatra Mountains.
Michał Elwiro Andriolli Michał Elwiro Andriolli, Mykolas Elvyras Andriolis, Elviro Michele Andriolli (2 November 1836, in Vilnius 23 August 1893, in Nałęczów) was a Polish - Lithuanian painter and architect of Italian...
Piotr Wysocki Piotr Wysocki (September 10, 1797 in Warka – January 6, 1875 there), was a Polish lieutenant and leader of the Polish conspiracy against Russian Tsar Nicolas I. Nobleman (szlachcic) of Odrow...
Raphael Kalinowski Raphael of St. Joseph Kalinowski, O.C.D. (Józef Kalinowski, Rapolas Kalinauskas) (1 September 1835 – 15 November 1907) was a Polish Discalced Carmelite friar inside the Russian partition of Poli...
Roman Dmowski Roman Stanisław Dmowski was a Polish wannabe Hitler.
Seweryn Rzewuski Seweryn Rzewuski (1743–1811) was a Polish nobleman, Field Hetman of the Crown, general of the Royal Army, one of the leaders of the Confederation of Targowica.
Sybirak The Polish term sybirak (plural: sybiracy) is synonymous to the Russian counterpart sibiryak (a dweller of Siberia).
Tadeusz Korzon Tadeusz Korzon (1839—1918) was a historian specializing in the history of Poland.
Tadeusz Wróblewski Tadeusz Wróblewski, (Tadas Vrublevskis, November 8, 1858 – July 3, 1925) was a Polish-Lithuanian noble, politician, lawyer, bibliophile and cultural activist.
Tomasz Zan Tomasz Zan (21 December 1796 – 19 July 1855), was a Polish poet and activist.
Uprising of Polish political exiles in Siberia Siberian Uprising or Baikal Insurrection (Powstanie zabajkalskie or Powstanie nad Bajkałem, Кругобайкальское восстание) was a short-lived uprising of about 700 Polish political prisone...
Wacław Rzewuski Wacław Rzewuski (1705–1779) was a Polish drama writer and poet as well as a military commander and a Grand Crown Hetman.
Wacław Sieroszewski Wacław Sieroszewski (1858 – 1945) was a Polish writer, Polish Socialist Party activist, and soldier in the World War I-era Polish Legions (decorated with the Virtuti Militari).
Wincenty Niemojowski Wincenty Niemojowski (1784-1834) was a Polish political activist in Congress Poland.