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Soldiers goose-step past the Führer in honor of Hitler's 50th birthday, April 20, 1939. Less than five months later, on September 1, the Third Reich's forces invaded Poland; on September 3, England and France declared war on Germany. The Second World War had begun.

HIstory ~ Soldiers goose-step past the Führer in honor of Hitler's birthday, April Less than five months later, on September the Third Reich's forces invaded Poland; on September England and France declared war on Germany. The Second World War had begun.

Wiesław Chrzanowski (20 December 1923 – 29 April 2012) - a Polish politician and lawyer, a member of the Polish anti-Nazi resistance organiz...

Wiesław Chrzanowski Dec 1923 – 29 Apr of the Polish Home Army’s “Anna” Company of the “Gustaw” Battalion, photographed on the balcony of a townhouse in September and he somehow still managed to look hella handsome even in the midst of the Warsaw Uprising.

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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

Polish resistance fighters Wojciech Omyla, Juliusz Bogdan Deczkowski, and Tadeusz Milewski in captured German uniforms and rifles, Wa.