Presidents of Poland since 1916 - with picture

Name all 37 polish presidents by their picture, their years of office, their title and their party.
Regents of the Kingdom of Poland (1916-1918)
Presidents of the Second Polish Republic (1918-1939)
Presidents in Exile (1939-1990)
Chairmen of the State Council (1939-1990)
Presidents of the Third Polish Republic (since 1990)
The Presidents in Exile are at the end of the quiz
The Members of the Rada Trzech are included in the Exile-Presidents
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1916-1917
Crown Marshal
no party
1917-1918
Member of the Regency Council
no party
1917-1918
Member of the Regency Council
no party, later BBWR
1917-1918
Member of the Regency Council
formerly Polish Club (Duma), Real Politics Party
1918-1922
Provisional Chief of State
formerly Polish Socialist Party, no party
1922
President
no party, supported by PSL "Liberation"
1922-1926
President
PSL "Piast"
1926-1939
President
formerly PPS "Proletariat", Sanation Movement
1944-1952
President of the State National Council, President, Chairman of the State Council
Polish Workers‘ Party, Polish United Workers‘ Party
1952-1964
Chairman of the State Council
Polish United Workers‘ Party
1964-1968
Chairman of the State Council
Polish United Workers‘ Party
1968-1970
Chairman of the State Council
Polish United Workers‘ Party
1970-1972
Chairman of the State Council
Polish United Workers‘ Party
1972-1985
Chairman of the State Council
Polish United Workers‘ Party
1985-1990
Chairman of the State Council, President
Polish United Workers‘ Party, no party
1990-1995
President
Solidarność
1995-2005
President
no party
2005-2010
President
Law and Justice
2010, 2010-2015
Sejm Marshal, President
Civic Platform
since 2015
President
Law and Justice
1939
President (Exile)
no party
1939-1947
President (Exile)
no party
1947-1954/1972
President (Exile)
no party
1954-1955
Member of the Rada Trzech
Polish Socialist Party (Exile)
1956-1966
Member of the Rada Trzech
no party
1966-1968
Member of the Rada Trzech
no party
1968-1969
Member of the Rada Trzech
no party
1969-1972
Member of the Rada Trzech
Polish Socialist Party (Exile)
1954-1970
Member of the Rada Trzech
no party
1970-1972
Member of the Rada Trzech
no party
1954-1972, 1979-1986
Member of the Rada Trzech, President (Exile)
no party
1972-1979
President (Exile)
no party
1986-1989
President (Exile)
no party
1989-1990
President (Exile)
no party
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Level 60
Jul 6, 2022
In the Second and the Third Polish Republic the Sejm Marshal (Speaker of the Lower House) would act as Head of State, if the President died or resigned. When Lech Kaczyński died in 2010 the Sejm Marshal, Bronisław Komorowski, was elected President. Therefore he had to give up the office of Sejm Marshal. For a few hours until Grzegorz Schetyna was elected as the new Sejm Marshal the Senate Marshal (Speaker of the Upper House) Bogdan Borusewicz acted as a Head of State.

After the President in Exile August Zaleski did not resign from his office in 1954 as planned. Representatives of the Polish Sejm in Exile elected a council called Rada Trzech to act as a provisional Head of State. After the Death of August Zaleski in 1972 the conflict was solved and Stanisław Ostrowski took the office of Exile-President.

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Level 75
Jul 6, 2022
"Komorowski" is accepted only for one person
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Level 60
Jul 6, 2022
I've tested it and it works for both. The Type-Ins are also correct. You must have misspelled it once.