It was worth fighting for freedom
Andrzej Kiełczewski was born on the 8th of May 1959 in Wroclaw. In 1979 he started to study philosophy at the University of Wroclaw where he was engaged in an activity of a Student Solidarity Committee. In August 1980 he took part in a strike at Grabiszynska street in Wroclaw. During the martial law he was interned and after half a year he was released on a parole with a so-called negative e reference (a passport which is in fact a only one-way passport). In August 1982 he went to Sweden with his family where he settled down. After a political transformation he began to come to Poland, at first within the equal economic projects. A businessman, a member of Bente Kahan Fund (Wroclaw).