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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 1/23/2013 4:33 PM
Family Surname: Zajac
Country: Poland
Town: Wroclaw
Date of Image: 1948
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I wish to have the Polish letter translated please.

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1/24/2013 12:17 PM This is a CV of Stanislaw Matlewski (or Matkowski, I am not quite sure due to scan's low resolution).

It goes as follows in Polish (I may find it useful if you wish to check the automated translation, too):

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Życiorys

Urodziłem się 1 X 1913 r. w Biskowicach, woj. lwowskie. Po ukończeniu gimnazjum w r. 1931 nie mogąc dalej się kształcić wstąpiłem na praktykę do drukarni, którą w r. 1934 ukończyłem. Od r. 1934 pracowałem na kierowniczych stanowiskach w różnych drukarniach do wybuchu wojny niemiecko-radzieckiej. W roku 1942 w czasie okupacji zmuszony byłem wyjechać do Lwowa, zmieniając nazwisko i tamże pracowałem do roku 1945 w swoim zawodzie, w charakterze zecera ręcznego. W r. 1945 wyjechałem do Polski, osiedlając się we Wrocławiu, pracując w różnych przedsiębiorstwach na różnych stanowiskach do dnia dzisiejszego. Posiadam żonę i czworo dzieci.

Wrocław, 9 IX 1948 r,
Matlewski [Matkowski?] Stanisław

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Here is my translation to English, together with my comments in square brackets:
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Curriculum Vitae

I was born on 1 October 1913 in Biskowice [probably near Sambor], in the Lwow [today's Lviv] province. After graduating from high school in 1931, being unable to continue my education, I joined the practice at the printer's, which I completed in 1934. Since 1934, I worked in managerial positions in a variety of printing houses until the outbreak of the German-Soviet war [1941]. In 1942, during the [German] occupation, I was forced to go to Lwow [today's Lviv], changing the name, and I worked there until 1945 in my profession, as a hand typesetter. In 1945 I went to Poland, settling in Wroclaw, working in different companies in various positions until today. I have a wife and four children.

Wroclaw, 9 September 1948,
Matlewski [Matkowski?] Stanislaw

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Hope it helps.
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