Działowski, Zygmunt (Sigismund von Dzialowski), 1877/78 member of the Reichstag of the German Empire. *4.8.1843 Mgowo, district of Briesen/Wąbrzeźno, †16.2.1878 Berlin, estate owner, publicist. After completing grammar school he studied in Poznan and Metz. In 1863 he took part in the Polish January Uprising and organised an army of 100 volunteers with whom he occupied Dobrin/Dobrzyń and Wisłą. He was sentenced to prison for high treason. Between 1867 and 1878 he took over the ownership of the estate in Wałycz near Briesen, from his father Ksawery Franciszek Działowski (1799-1866), and used it as his country house (he lived in Mgowo). There he built up an important library and collection of weapons. In 1868 he travelled to Algeria with his cousin, Adam Graf Sierakowski (1846-1912). In 1874 he participated in an archaeological congress in Kiev as the delegate of the Poznańskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Nauk/Poznan Society of Friends of Sciences. In 1875 he founded the Towarzystwo Naukowe w Toruniu/Scientific Society in Thorn, whose aim was to promote Polish science and culture and do research into the Polish history of Thorn. In 1881/82 it set up a Museum of the Polish History of the Region. In January 1877 he was elected as a member of the Polish parliamentary group in the German Reichstag for the constituency of Karthaus-Neustadt/Kartuzy-Wejherowo with a majority of 76.86%. picture: 1878, https://polona.pl/item/816343/0/
Deutscher Parlaments-Almanach, Ausg. 12, Leipzig 1877, 146.
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