Lydia Lova January 8, 1925 — February 3, 1966.
Her reluctance to speak freely to me or any other journalist was that she refused to have the name Lydia Lova connected in any way with her real name — Lydia de Korczac Lipski, daughter of a Polish prince.
I decided to investigate further and discovered from the Journal Officiel that Mlle de Korczac Lipski had already been decorated with the Croix de Guerre with Palm and numerous other medals, including the Croix de Combattant Volontaire Résistant and the Médaille Réconnaissance de la France Libre.
Ibicki was profoundly affected by what he heard.
The police car came back right at 3p.
To progress through the ranks, Wladmir took a job in Warsaw and became a full British citizen.