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Warsaw Uprising monuments and memorials

I don't know exactly how many monuments and memorials to the Warsaw Uprising there are in Poland's capital city but there must be hundreds, if not thousands. These are the ones that I have personally photographed....
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The monument to "The Fallen - Unconquerable" in Warsaw Insurgents Cemetery....

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A "Tchorek plaque" on Kredytowa Street in Warsaw, which commemorates 15 Polish resistance fighters who were killed here while fighting against the Germans in August 1944, during the Warsaw Uprising....

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A poster of Polish resistance fighter Janusz Sawicki (code name "Zabawa") in the Freedom Park of the Warsaw Uprising Museum....

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The Kotwica (symbol of the Polish resistance) on the doorway of the Warsaw Uprising Museum....

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Warsaw Uprising memorial next to Rondo Zgrupowania AK Radosław (the roundabout named after the Radosław Group of the Armia Krajowa). The Radosław Group took its name from the pseudonym of its leader, Jan Mazurkiewicz, and was comprised of several battalions of the Armia Krajowa who liberated the large north-western Wola district in the first days of the Warsaw Uprising, and then had to face the full force of the German counter-attack which began on 5th August 1944....

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RAF monument in Wola - this memorial is dedicated to the crew of an RAF Halifax bomber shot down by the Germans on 15th August 1944, while delivering aid to fighting Warsaw. Four of the seven crew members lost their lives....

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Warsaw Uprising memorial dedicated to the Zośka battalion of the Armia Krajowa. This plaque on the wall of 55A Okopowa Street commemorates the fact that during the early days of the Warsaw Uprising the Zośka battalion used the building as their quarters....

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A "Tchorek plaque" on Juliana Smulikowskiego Street in Warsaw. On 6th September 1944 the Germans captured this building which housed an insurgent hospital belonging to the Konrad group of the Armia Krajowa. They murdered the wounded resistance fighters and their chaplain inside the building, and 30 residents of the Powiśle district next to a nearby barricade....

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Mast of Freedom (Maszt Wolności) - the 60 metre "mast of freedom" was added to the central reservation of Rondo Zgrupowania AK Radosław (the roundabout named after the Radosław Group of the Armia Krajowa) in 2014, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising....

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Warsaw Insurgents Cemetery. This is the largest burial site of victims of the Warsaw Uprising - approximately 104,000 people (mainly persons unknown) are buried in the cemetery, mostly in collective graves.

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