Aleksy

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Polish form of ALEXIUS (SEE Alexius).

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  • Aleksy — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Aleksy imagesize= caption= pronunciation= gender = ? meaning =? region = origin = related names = Aleksis, Alexey, Alexis footnotes = Aleksy is a given name, and may refer to:* Aleksy Antkiewicz (1923 2005),… …   Wikipedia

  • Aleksy Ćwiakowski — (1885 – 4 August 1953) was a Polish political activist of the 1920s whose influence rested in his status as the co founder and leader of the country s monarchist movement. A native of the Częstochowa County village of Sygontka, Aleksy Ćwiakowski… …   Wikipedia

  • Aleksy Kuziemski — (born 9 May 1977 in Świecie, Kujawsko Pomorskie) is a boxer from Poland.AmateurKuziemski won the bronze medal at light heavy at the 2003 World Amateur Boxing Championships, and another bronze at the 2004 European Amateur Boxing Championships.He… …   Wikipedia

  • Aleksy Antkiewicz — (* 12. November 1923 in Katlewo bei Nowe Miasto Lubawskie; † 3. April 2005 in Danzig) war ein polnischer Boxer. Er war Gewinner einer Silbermedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen 1952 in Helsinki und einer Bronzemedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Aleksy Antkiewicz — (November 12, 1923 ndash; April 3, 2005) was a Polish boxer. He has won two Olympic medals for Poland: bronze in London 1948 in featherweight division (which was the only Polish medal at those Olympic Games and the first medal for Poland in… …   Wikipedia

  • Maciej Aleksy Dawidowski — Infobox Person name = Maciej Aleksy Dawidowski caption = ps. Alek birth date = November 3, 1920 dead=dead birth place = Drohobycz, Poland death date = March 30, 1943 death place = Warsaw, Poland Maciej Aleksy Dawidowski codename: Alek, Glizda,… …   Wikipedia

  • Antkiewicz — Aleksy Antkiewicz (* 12. November 1923 in Katlewo bei Nowe Miasto Lubawskie; † 3. April 2005 in Gdańsk (Danzig)) war ein ehemaliger polnischer Boxer. Er war Gewinner einer Silbermedaille bei den Olympischen Spielen 1952 in Helsinki und einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Алексий (Громадский) — Митрополит Алексий (в миру Александр Якубович Громадский; 1 (13) ноября 1882( …   Википедия

  • Niinivuori — Pentti Niinivuori (* 27. August 1931 in Forssa; † 5. Juli 1988 ebenda) war ein finnischer Boxer. Er gewann bei der Europameisterschaft der Amateure 1953 in Warschau eine Bronzemedaille im Leichtgewicht. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Werdegang 2… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dimitri Floydorovich Sudayev — NKVD sources:Dimitri Floydorovich Sudayev, FSB sources:Dimitri Nikolayevich Antonov Nickname Miko (Aleksy), Sudayev (Antonov …   Wikipedia

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