Warsaw Uprising 1944

The Warsaw Uprising (Polish: powstanie warszawskie) was a major World War II operation by the Polish resistance Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa) to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany.
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The insurgents with weapons gained during the attack on the the Police Headquarters.

European Heritage Library - More civilian soldiers who fought in the Warsaw Uprising.

Group of insurgents in the villa Brodziszów in Mokotów, ul. Malczewski. Visible from left: Waclaw Żdżarski (playing the accordion), Sec. "Krzysztof" John Markowski, nurse "Małgorzatka" Janina Załęska.

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Soldiers of the battalion "Miotla" on the street Warecka after the transition from the Old Town (Starowka)  to the city Srodmiescie.

Soldiers of the battalion "Miotla" on the street Warecka after the transition from the Old Town (Starowka) to the city Srodmiescie.

Soldiers Squadron "Jeleń" in Mokotów carry the body of a fallen lieutenant. Stanislaw Jenike "Hanski" (5 August 1944).. From left to right: lancer Cadet. Jozef Jezierski "Aksak" st. Lancer Cadet. Wladyslaw Grabiński "Pilawa" NN, st. Lancer Cadet. Pawel Mankowski "Rapier".

Soldiers Squadron "Jeleń" in Mokotów carry the body of a fallen lieutenant. Stanislaw Jenike "Hanski" (5 August 1944).. From left to right: lancer Cadet. Jozef Jezierski "Aksak" st. Lancer Cadet. Wladyslaw Grabiński "Pilawa" NN, st. Lancer Cadet. Pawel Mankowski "Rapier".

The insurgents - a rest after the battle.

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Soldiers from the 3rd platoon of assault company from "Kiliński" on  Grzybowska street. From left to right: Stefan Rek "Granite", Wojciech L. Strzyżewski "Jontek" Zbigniew Szostkiewicz "Bohun," Wojciech Wyczański "Wojczan" rifleman. Zdzislaw Jarzęcki "Witold" Modest Abratański "Satan". Below: Tadeusz Załucki "Jóźków" Stanislaw Wielgo "Karcz".

Soldiers from the 3rd platoon of assault company from "Kiliński" on Grzybowska street. From left to right: Stefan Rek "Granite", Wojciech L. Strzyżewski "Jontek" Zbigniew Szostkiewicz "Bohun," Wojciech Wyczański "Wojczan" rifleman. Zdzislaw Jarzęcki "Witold" Modest Abratański "Satan". Below: Tadeusz Załucki "Jóźków" Stanislaw Wielgo "Karcz".

Soldier Company "Grazyna" battalion "Harnas" in the Church of the Holy Cross.

Polish resistance fighter near Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street Warsaw Poland 23 August Note captured German rifle and helmet.

Soldiers of the battalion "Miotla" on the street. Warecka. On the left side of Tadeusz Rajszczak "Maszynka". In the middle of Wieslawa Reiff "Slawa".

Armie Krakow female fighter, smiles at the camera during the Warsaw Uprising.

The explosion of the grenade from 60 - cm mortar Karl after hitting to the Prudential building.

The explosion of the grenade from 60 - cm mortar Karl after hitting to the Prudential building.

Insurgent during the fighting in the Srebrna street

Insurgent during the fighting in the Srebrna street

Position of the insurgents machine gun on Jerozolimskie Avenue.

[Photo] Polish insurgent heavy machine gun crew on a balcony on Aleje Jerozolimskie Street, Warsaw, Poland, 27 Aug 1944

Soldiers of the battalion "Miotla".

"Women of the Warsaw uprising"

Soldiers of the Batalion Czata 49,  after the transition from the Old Town (Starowka) to Srodmiescie.

Soldiers of the Batalion Czata after the transition from the Old Town (Starowka) to Srodmiescie.

Corporal Roman Marchel "Rom" from the assault group PWB / 17 / S with a captured MP-40.

[Photo] Polish resistance fighter Roman Marchel posing with a captured MP 40 submachine gun during the Warsaw Uprising, Ciepla Street, Warsaw, Poland, 20 Aug 1944

The remains of the insurgents murdered in the cellar of the Hospital Street. Długa 7. 2 September 1944 the Germans murdered there about 430 Poles.

The remains of the insurgents murdered in the cellar of the Hospital Street. Długa 2 September 1944 the Germans murdered there about 430 Poles.

A young courier.

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.

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