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  • Lauren Henderson

    A busy city stands still for a full minute to honor its heroes. Very cool. It gave me goosebumps to think about how freaky that would be if you didn't know what was going on.

  • Katherine Huseman

    If this truly happens every year then I want to be there one year - Every August first, everyone in Warsaw stands still for a full minute to remember 200,000 dead

  • Marianne Allison

    Video: A city that stops for one minute every year.

  • MikeTheIndian

    Once a year on august 1st, the people of Warsaw pay hommage to the fallen heroes that fought for freedom in 1944 during the Warsaw Uprising. The biggest rebellion against German Nazi occupation during WWII cost over 200 000 lives and destruction of the capital.

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