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Poland was the only country to fight in the European theatre of war from the first to the last day of the greatest armed conflict in the history of mankind. The war began with invading Poland: first, on September 1, 1939, by the Nazi Germany, soon after, on September 17, by the Soviet Union. At the end of WWII Poland was left to the Russians. After so many years of war the UK and US did stop the communist from taking over Poland

Poland was the only country to fight in the European theatre of war from the first to the last day of the greatest armed conflict in the history of mankind. The war began with invading Poland: first, on September 1, 1939, by the Nazi Germany, soon after, on September 17, by the Soviet Union. At the end of WWII Poland was left to the Russians. After so many years of war the UK and US did stop the communist from taking over Poland

Poland was the only country to fight in the European theatre of war from the first to the last day of the greatest armed conflict in the history of mankind. The war began with invading Poland: first, on September 1, 1939, by the Nazi Germany, soon after, on September 17, by the Soviet Union. At the end of WWII Poland was left to the Russians. After so many years of war the UK and US did stop the communist from taking over Poland

Poland was the only country to fight in the European theatre of war from the first to the last day of the greatest armed conflict in the history of mankind. The war began with invading Poland: first, on September 1, 1939, by the Nazi Germany, soon after, on September 17, by the Soviet Union. At the end of WWII Poland was left to the Russians. After so many years of war the UK and US did stop the communist from taking over Poland

Krakow, Poland - September 1939 - German soldiers raise flag with swastika.

Krakow, Poland - September 1939 - German soldiers raise flag with swastika.

Column of motorized German troops. Poland , Area between Bagienica (Bagnitz) and Pruszcz (Prust), 1 September 1939.

Column of motorized German troops. Poland , Area between Bagienica (Bagnitz) and Pruszcz (Prust), 1 September 1939.

Polish Bofors AA gun abandoned after the column was attacked by German aircraft, Battle of Bzura, Poland, Sep 1939

[Photo] Polish Bofors anti-aircraft gun abandoned after the column was attacked by German aircraft, Battle of Bzura, Poland, Sep 1939

Polish Bofors AA gun abandoned after the column was attacked by German aircraft, Battle of Bzura, Poland, Sep 1939

Poland's PZL P-23 Karas, bomber - World War II Vehicles - World War 2 Aircraft

Poland's PZL P-23 Karas, bomber - World War II Vehicles - World War 2 Aircraft

A TKS on a Polski Fiat 621L lorry. 19 September 1939, Hungary. Via Robert Ulrich.

A TKS on a Polski Fiat 621L lorry. 19 September 1939, Hungary. Via Robert Ulrich.

Polish troops on the offensive during in 1939.

Polish troops on the offensive during in 1939.

Polski czołg lekki 7TP, zdobyty przez Niemców. Piotr Duchno: Zdjecie zrobione w pazdzierniku 1939 na moscie w Żaganiu ( wowczas Sagan).

Polski czołg lekki 7TP, zdobyty przez Niemców. Piotr Duchno: Zdjecie zrobione w pazdzierniku 1939 na moscie w Żaganiu ( wowczas Sagan).

Invasion of Poland, 1939.

Invasion of Poland, 1939.

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