Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Warsaw Uprising of 1944 - members of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa). The two-month battle that began on August 1, 1944 was fought on the city's streets, from within its buildings and down in its sewers. It ended tragically for the Polish inhabitants of Warsaw with a staggering loss of life. And to make this catastrophe even worse, Adolf Hitler was so enraged by the Polish peoples anti-Nazi revolt that he ordered Warsaw bombed and burned to the ground.
Leśni (short for Leśni ludzie, Polish for the men from the forests) is one of the informal names applied to the anti-German partisan groups operating in occupied Poland during World War II. The groups were formed mostly by people who for various reasons could not operate from settlements they lived in and had to retreat to the forests. Contrary to most of the organised groups of resistance, with the Armia Krajowa being the most notable, the forest people formed