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Pil̷·sud·ski

 (pĭl-so͞ot′skē, pē-o͞o-), Józef Klemens 1867-1935.
Polish revolutionary leader and politician who was the first chief of state (1918-1922) of independent Poland. He later staged a military coup (1926) and served as virtual dictator until his death (1935).

Piłsudski

(Polish piwˈsutski)
n
(Biography) Józef (ˈjuzɛf). 1867–1935, Polish nationalist leader and statesman; president (1918–21) and premier (1926–28; 1930)

Pil•sud•ski

(pɪlˈsut ski)

n.
Józef, 1867–1935, president of Poland 1918–22; premier 1926–28, 1930.
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The main personages of the drama are Marshal Jozef Pilsudski, the founder of the modern Polish state and its authoritarian leader (who died in 1935) and who is worshiped by some in Poland still today, and Felix Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the Soviet secret service (who died in 1926) whose portraits were in every office of the KGB until the very collapse of the USSR.
Pilsudski implemented a daring maneuver to outflank the Red Army.
These include leading personalities, notably the controversial maverick, Tadeusz Boy-Zelenski; organizations, for example, the Society for Moral Rebirth and the Women's Union for Citizenship Work; literary periodicals like The Way (Droga); and other writings, among them letters sent to Pilsudski by atypical members of the public.
Some great horses have won this race over the years, and the recent roll of honour includes the mercurial Hawk Wing, the 'Iron Horse' Giant's Causeway, Falbrav, Daylami, Halling, Pilsudski and Medicean, now an emerging sire who benefited from a brilliant Kieren Fallon ride in 2001.
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