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collective-history: Combatants during the Warsaw uprising, 1944
[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
Warsaw Uprising Civilians and insurgents are waiting for the best moment to cross the street under enemy fire.
Warsaw Uprising, Polish Home Army fighters pause for a bite and a drink…
Female Polish fighter of the Warsaw Uprising, march into German captivity after the uprising was crushed by the Waffen SS. Most of these defiant women perished in death camps, their status as low as that of Soviet POWs.
Polish Resistance members Captain Stefan Mich (“Kmita”) and Zofia Domańska (“Zocha”) of Company Koszta stand with fellow partisans on Moniuszko Street during the Warsaw Uprising.
Young Polish couriers for the Polish Resistance are photographed during the height of the Warsaw Uprising on Sienkiewicz Street. The Polish Home Army (Armia Krajowa), which fought for 63 days with little outside support, was the largest single.
Young boys during the Warsaw Uprising The national liberation uprising…
Warsaw, Poland, Two Polish rebels, among them Walter Kostecki (right) in a ruined street during the Polish rebellion,
Fotografia z Powstania Warszawskiego. Grupa powstańców na Starym Mieście.
Citytrip must see: Warsaw Rising Museum. The museum brings to life the heroic & destructive Second World War history that Warsaw is prone to.
The Warsaw uprising in photos
Footage from Warsaw uprising filmed by amateur camera (click to view).
Young Polish resistance fighters in Warsaw, Poland, 2 September
Euro nazi, Ukrainian SS volunteers in the Warsaw uprising in April A battalion of "Askari" - Ukrainian and Latvian volunteers, 337 men strong - had been brought in by the Germans to help storm the ghetto.