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Kamiński (feminine: Kamińska, plural Kamińscy) is the 6th most popular surname in Poland (94,499 people)

Kamiński surname in voivodships:

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  • Kamienski

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ESPN.com - Kelly Kaminski (775 words)
Kaminski's second title was one she had to come from behind to earn.
Kaminski got off to a slower start than she is used to, finishing in a tie for fifth in the first round and knocking a barrel over in the second round.
Kaminski was treated for acute carbon monoxide poisoning and was told by her doctor that a few more minutes of exposure may have killed her.
Bronislaw Kaminski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (604 words)
Bronislav Vladislavovich Kaminski (Russian: Бронислав Каминский) (16 June 1899 - 1944) was the commander of the RONA (Russkaya Osvoboditelnaya Narodnaya Armiya) unit, a Russian armed force that fought against the Soviet forces in alliance with Nazi Germany and was later incorporated into the Waffen SS.
Kaminski made it out of prison in 1941 and became an engineer at a distillery in the Bryansk region of Russia, near Belarus.
Kaminski became Voskoboinik's assistant, and the two of them immediately organized several thousand volunteers to combat the Soviet partisans who were counterattacking from the forests of Bryansk.
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