Tadeusz Bor-Komorowski
Tadeusz Bor Komorowski.jpg
Historical Figure
Nationality: Poland (born in the Austro-Hungarian Empire)
Date of Birth: 1895
Date of Death: 1966
Cause of Death: Heart attack
Occupation: Soldier, Nobility, Politician, Author of Non-Fiction
Military Branch: Polish Army
(World War I
Polish-Soviet War
World War II)
Political Office(s): Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile
Fictional Appearances:
POD: May 30, 1942
Appearance(s): In the Balance;
Tilting the Balance
Type of Appearance: Direct
Military Branch: Polish Home Army
(Race Invasion of Tosev 3)

General Count Tadeusz Komorowski (1 June 1895 – 24 August 1966), better known by the name Bór-Komorowski (after one of his wartime code-names: Bór - "The Forest") was a Polish military leader.

Komorowski was born in Lwów, Austria-Hungary, and served in the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I, and after the war became an officer in the Polish Army, rising to command the Grudziądz Cavalry School.

Bor-Komorowski fought the German invasion of Poland in 1939, and went underground when Poland was conquered. In 1944, he helped launched the Warsaw Uprising, but with minimum aid from the United Kingdom and none from the Soviet Union (whose forces were only 20 km away), the Uprising soon fell. Bor-Komorowski was taken prisoner in October 1944, and remained in captivity for the remainder of the war. After he was liberated, Bor-Komorowski traveled to London. He served as the Prime Minister of the Polish Government in Exile from 1947-1949, a government that was not recognized by the West. He published his memoirs in 1951.

Tadeusz Bor-Komorowski in Worldwar[]

Tadeusz Bor-Komorowski fought against Germany's invasion of Poland at the beginning of World War II in 1939. He helped organize the Polish underground in the Kraków area, with the code-name Bór. In July 1941 he became deputy commander of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa or AK).

When the Race invaded in 1942, the Jews of Poland helped the Race overthrow the occupying Germans. Although he hated the Germans, Komorowski liked the Jews no better, and he was dismayed by what he perceived as their favored status with the Lizards. He particularly resented Moishe Russie's relationship with Zolraag, the Race's military governor in Warsaw.[1] Nonetheless, he ultimately supported the Race against both Germany and the Soviet Union during the initial invasion, although he was against the Race's proposal to disarm his Home Army.[2]


  1. In the Balance, pgs. 186-187, mmpb.
  2. Tilting the Balance, pg. 181, mmpb.
Political offices
Preceded by
Tomasz Arciszewski
Prime Minister of the Polish Republic in Exile
Succeeded by
Tadeusz Tomaszewski
Military offices
Preceded by
Stefan Rowecki
Commander of the Home Army
Succeeded by
Leopold Okulicki
Preceded by
Kazimierz Sosnkowski
General Inspector of the Armed Forces
Succeeded by
Władysław Anders