The remains of three former Polish presidents-in-exile have been repatriated to Poland from a military cemetery in the UK.
A plane with the remains of three former Polish presidents-in-exile repatriated from the UK has landed at the military airport in Warsaw.
The repatriation of Władysław Raczkiewicz, August Zaleski and Stanisław Ostrowski began on November 3rd in the UK and will conclude on November 12th when they will be laid to rest in a newly established mausoleum in Warsaw.
The remains of three Polish presidents-in-exile will be brought to Poland from a military cemetery in the UK in November.
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