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Female Polish fighter of the Warsaw Uprising, 1944, march into German captivity after the uprising was crushed by the Waffen SS. Most of these defiant women perished in death camps, their status as low as that of Soviet POWs.

Female Polish fighters of the Warsaw Uprising, march into German captivity after being stopped by the Waffen SS. Most of these defiant women perished in death camps, their status as low as that of Soviet POWs.

“Polish women are led through woods to their executions by German soldiers sometime in 1941.” (LoC)

NEVER FORGET! Polish women being escorted by German soldiers for execution, Palmiry near Warsaw

An insurgent and young insurgent on ul. Wilcza, Warsaw, viewed from the building at Wilcza 12.

An insurgent and young insurgent on ul. Wilcza, Warsaw, viewed from the building at Wilcza

Warsaw uprising, 1944

Polish insurgents of the Polish Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa) wearing the flag of Poland as armbands and carrying their rifles ready themselves for combat against German occupying forces during the Warsaw Uprising. The Uprising was timed to.

POLISH RESISTANCE FIGHTERS

Huge Collection Of The Warsaw Uprising Photos 18 Page 2 of 3 Best of Web Shrine

German surrenders to Polish fighters during the fighting around the building of the Warsaw telephone company, 1944.

German surrenders to Polish fighters during the fighting around the building of the Warsaw telephone company,

The Warsaw uprising in photos - History Forum ~ WorldHistoria

The Warsaw uprising in photos - History Forum ~ WorldHistoria

View of the entrance to a marketplace reduced to rubble as a result of a German aerial attack. Warsaw, Poland, September 1939.

View of the entrance to a marketplace reduced to rubble as a result of a German aerial attack.

Kotwica ww2 ◆◆ symbol of Polish home army

A participant of the Warsaw Uprising paints the Kotwica (anchor), a World War II emblem of the Polish Secret State and Armia Krajowa (the Home Army), the symbol of the Polish resistance.

Zdjęcie z Fototeki Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego

Polish insurgents Bożena Grabowska (codename: “Magda”) and Cpl. Cadet Antoni Tuleja (codename: “Niedźwiedź”), both of “Koszta” Company of the Armia Krajowa (Home Army) resistance movement pose for a photograph at Moniuszko 11 Street in the city.

Warsaw 1945 Foto: Leonard Sempoliński

Warsaw 1945 Foto: Leonard Sempoliński

Batalion Parasol Powstanie Warszawskie

Polish fighters in Warsaw Uprising which began on August 1 1944 - 72 years ago today

Warsaw Uprising

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Polish Home Army, Warsaw Uprising

Young Polish resistance fighters in Warsaw during the Uprising.

August 1st 1944, Warsaw, Casimir The Great Square, insurgents of "Pięść" battalion on patrol. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Photo by Stefan Bałuk.

Patrol under the command of Agaton, Warsaw Uprising, August 1944