Wojciech JARUZELSKI Edit Profile
Infantry Officers’ School and Karol Swierczewski General Staff Academy, War saw.
Served with Polish Armed Forces in Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics and Poland, 1943-1945. Various Senior Army posts, 1945-1965. Chief of Central Political Department of Armed Forces, 1960-1965, chief general staff, 1965-1968.
Deputy minister of National Defense, 1962-1968, minister, 1968-1983. Supreme Commander armed forces during Wartime, since 1983. Chairman National Defense Committee, 1983-1990, premier, 1981-1985, brigadier general 1956, division general, 1960, general arms, 1968, general of army, 1973.
Member Polish United Workers' Party Central Committee, 1964-1990, member Political Bureau, 1971-1989. 1st secretary, 1981-1989. Deputy to Seym, 1961, 85.
Vice president Chief Council of Union of Fighters for Freedom and Democracy, 1972-1989. Chairman Military Council National Salvation, 1981-1983. Member presidium All-Poland Committee National Unity Front, 1981-1983.
Provisional member National Council Patriotic Movement for National Rebirth, 1982-1983, member, 1983-1989. President Republic of Poland, 1989-1990.
Polish United Workers’ (PZPR) 1948-1990, member PZPR Party Cen! Committee 1964-1989, member Political Bureau 1971-1989. Presidium All-Poland Committee of National Unity Front 1981-1983, Provisional National Council of Patriotic Movement for National Rebirth (PRON) 1982-1983, member National Council PRON 1983-1989.
Married Barbara Jaruzelski. 1 child, Monika.
General Karol Swierczewski Academy General Staff , Graduated
Order of Lenin 1968; Order of the Crown (Belgium) 1967. Order of the October Revolution (U. Order of Henry the Navigator (Portugal) 1975.
Order of the State Banner (Dem. Order of Suche Bator (Mongolia) 1977. Order of the Red Banner (Hungary) 1977.
Order of the Red Banner (U. Order of the White Lion (Czechoslovakia) 1979. Order of Klement Gottwald (Czechoslovakia) 1983.
Order of the Star of the Socialist Repub. Order of the Golden Star (Vietnam) 1983. Order of Georgi Dimitrov (Bulgaria) 1983.
Order of the Red Battle Banner (Mongolia) 1983. Order of the Banner (First Class with Diamonds) (Hungary) 1983. Order of Jose Marti (Cuba) 1983.
Order of the Holy Saviour (Greece) 1987.