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Irena Nawrocka 3 November 1917 – 24 November 2009 was a Polish fencer She competed in the women's individual foil events at the 1948 and 1952 Summer Olympics
Nawrocka graduated from the Law School of the Jagiellonian University in 1945 She was a sister of Jan Nawrocki's, who was also an Olympic fencer
World War II
Nawrocka's escape, along with her first cousin Halina Dobrowolska during the war, Halina Korabiowska and three other female Home Army messengers, during their forced march to Ozarow, is documented in The Zookeeper's Wife, Chaper 34 Nawrocka is buried at Bródno Cemetery in Warsaw
- ^ "Irena Nawrocka Olympic Results" sports-referencecom Archived from the original on 30 January 2012 Retrieved 2010-06-21
- ^ Ackerman, Diane The Zookeeper's Wife pp 5–6, Chapter 34
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