Tytus, Romek i A′Tomek jako warszawscy Powstańcy 1944
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Źródło: materiały prasowe - Papcio Chmiel
Tytus, Romek and A\'Tomek
It is hard to believe that the comic book about Tytus, Romek and A\'Tomek is already 52 years old, and its creator has turned 86 this year. Henryk Jerzy Chmielewski, known as Papcio Chmiel (Papa Chmiel), was born in 1923. He participated in the Warsaw Uprising. In his youth, he served in the Polish Army where he started out on his artistic career as a supervisor of a bulletin. Since 1947 Henryk Chmielewski published cartoons in "Swiat Przygod", and then, for many years in "Swiat Młodych" magazine. In the recent past Papcio Chmiel published an autobiography whose second volume "Tytus zlustrowany" (Tytus screened) is, as the author himself puts it, "the reminiscences of a wacky gaffer and grey-moustached artist". According to what the author said, past May he created the last episode of the cartoon story entitled: "Tytus, Romek i A\'Tomek jako warszawscy powstańcy 1944, z wyobrazni Papcia Chmiela narysowani" (Tytus, Romek and A\'Tomek as Warsaw insurgents, drawn from Papa Chmiel's imagination). Papcio Chmiel was invited to decorate the wall of the Warsaw Uprising Museum with a mural. Tytus, Romek and A\'Tomek that appeared on the wall were presented as scouts of a field post office.