In 1967, Polish mercenary Rafal Ganowicz was asked what it felt like to take human life, “I wouldn’t know, I’ve only ever killed Communists” – Panjury – Rafal Gan Ganowicz (1932 – 2002) was a Polish anti-Communist mercenary. He was active in Europe, Congo, and Yemen. He is quoted as responding
“I wouldn’t know, I’ve only ever killed Communists“,
when asked what it was like to kill another human.
Rafał Gan-Ganowicz – Wikipedia – Rafał Gan-Ganowicz was born in Wawer-Warsaw on 23 April 1932. His family had Tatar origins. His father served in the French Foreign Legion for a time, and later traveled to Argentina for financial reasons before returning to Poland. His mother was killed by Nazi forces during the Invasion of Poland. His father later died during the Warsaw Uprising. As an orphaned teenager in post-War Poland, Gan-Ganowicz created an underground resistance that spread anti-communist information to the public through leaflets and signs. In June 1950, Gan-Ganowicz escaped to West Berlin and a few months later traveled to France. There he attended military officer school, organized by NATO, and received the rank of Second Lieutenant from Generał Władysław Anders.