Powstanie Warszawskie 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.

Young insurgent Zbigniew Ślężakowski 'Kędziorek' walks down ul. Zgoda. He is wearing a  fireman's helmet.

Young insurgent Zbigniew Ślężakowski 'Kędziorek' walks down ul. Zgoda. He is wearing a fireman's helmet.

Bożena Grabowska 'Magda' and kpr. Pchor. Antoni Tuleja 'Niedźwiedź' in the yard of the house at  ul. Moniuszki 11.

Bożena Grabowska 'Magda' and kpr. Antoni Tuleja 'Niedźwiedź' in the yard of the house at ul.

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People involved in Warsaw uprising durring WW II heroic and tragic struggle to liberate capitol of Poland from Nazi/German occupation. Undertaken by the Polish resistance movement Armia Krajowa, AK.

Warsaw Uprising - Powstanie Warszawskie 1 August - 2 October 1944 - 041.jpg

Warsaw Uprising - Powstanie Warszawskie 1 August - 2 October 1944 - 041.jpg

Fragmenty filmu "Powstanie Warszawskie" MPW / Nextfilm

Museum historians and film experts spent two years creating the movie about the uprising of Warsaw, out of original material. Here is the trailer.

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Female soldier of the Polish resistance "Home Army" (Armia Krajowa) The Armia Krajowa, or Home Army, was the dominant Polish resistance movement in World War II German-occupied Poland.

JANUSZ FOTO: POWSTANIE WARSZAWSKIE ULICA BIELAŃSKA

JANUSZ FOTO: POWSTANIE WARSZAWSKIE ULICA BIELAŃSKA

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