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Unsure whether it is detailed enough, but there is a rather long biographical article on him here in Polish: https://czasopisma.uni.lodz.pl/historic ... /6296/5925 The reference list of the article would suggest that here is no published biography (book) on him.
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It is interesting to note that at page 127 the author mentions that Iwaszkiewicz' was "wounded for the first time" in 1900-1901.
From what I've read, he was pretty active until at least November 1900. So, wounded he may have been later.
On the other hand, his namesake, Anatoly Iwaszkiewicz of the CER Guards, was indeed wounded in 1900, during the same campain, (as wounded was Anatoly's daughter, in a separate incident).