His portrait painted after he finished his schools. He was about 24 years old.
|Title||Premiere of Poleland|
|Health||When he lived, it was Very Good.|
|Status||Died in January, 1928.|
|Location||Włocławeck - buried there.|
|Premiere of Poleland|
|Polski (Polelish)||Józef Piłsudzki|
|Born||22nd of January, 1856|
|Birthplace||Ard Mhacha, High Penguin Confederacy|
|Died||23rd of January, 1928|
|Place of death||Royal Hospital, Włocławeck|
|Buried||Grand Park, Włocławeck|
|His son-in-law||Ignacy Moscicki|
|Royal House||The Polevile|
|Royal anthem||Same as Poleland. It was his favourite song.|
|Father||Jozef Pilsudzki Senior|
Jozef Pilsudzki was a ruler of Poleland. He died a long time ago - in 1928, but he is still remmembered as a great leader of Poleland. He lived for 72 years. He nearly finished them, as he died the day after his birthday. You can easily count, he was born in 1856, in Ard Mhacha, during the High Penguin Confederacy.
He was born in a small village in southern Ard Mhacha. He grew up there. A little is known about his early days, but his parents died probably around 1880. He was lucky enough to get to a good school, as schools in these times were very rare, and not for everybody. He served for the Ard Mhacha army for three years, and he earned the Commander title. After that, he became a very high placed person in the country. When he was 50, he saw how penguins in Southern Ard Mhacha were poor, and decided to help them. They said him, their culture was the last thing they had, but it was destroyed. He arrived back to the capital, and started a debate to renew their culture. It was rejected. So he formed a new country at these terrains - Poleland. It survived until High Penguin Confederacy collapsed. Since then, the country was safe. Khanzem country annexated Poleland for two years, but after that, they became allies, and Poleland was on the same level, as Khanzem. When, he was 71, he got very ill. It was just a flu, but he was old (Penguins lived shorter at these times.), and his body defence wasn't strong enough to defend itself, so he died on the 23rd of January, 1928 - a day after his 72nd birthday. His funeral was huge, as whole Poleland arrived to one of his favourite places - the Grand Park in Włocławeck. Ignacy Moscicki - his son-in-law became the next ruler of Poleland.