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Andrew Aborygen Skladowski Nurse comforts a wounded boy in a field-hospital during the Warsaw Uprising Poland - Warszawa (Warsaw), 1944 (WWII)

Warsaw 1944 Polish civilians killed by the Luftwaffe raid on insurgent Warsaw.

Warsaw 1944 Polish civilians killed by the german Luftwaffe raid on insurgent Warsaw.

September 1939. "The German-Polish war has brought to the surface the failure of the Polish state. Warsaw as the capital of Poland does not exist any more." Stalin.

September "The German-Polish war has brought to the surface the failure of the Polish state. Warsaw as the capital of Poland does not exist any more.

Polish resistance nurse of the Polish Home Army stands in front of an overturned tram  during Uprising. 200,000 Polish civilians not involved w/ the resistance died, mostly from bombings, fire, mass executions. During the urban combat, approximately 25% of Warsaw’s buildings were destroyed. Following the surrender of Polish resistance German troops leveled another 35% of the city block by block.

A Polish resistance nurse of the Polish Home Army stands in front of an overturned tram checking her meager medical supplies in Warsaw’s Old Town during the Warsaw Uprising. The Uprising was timed to.

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Holocaust: Photograph of Young Survivors Behind a Barbed Wire Fence in Buchenwald Concentration Camp

A participant of the Warsaw Uprising looks in a pocket mirror after a raid by German aircraft in the street Zloty

lauramcphee: “ Warsaw Uprising: Girl with a mirror after air raid at Złota street, Sept 1944 (Eugeniusz Lokajski) via polish-vintage ”

After the Warsaw Uprising, Sept/Oct 1944: Starving civilians are trying to reach for a few pieces of bread held by a member of the Polish Red Cross. Deaths from starvation in the Polish capital actually increased after the end of the uprising due to the destruction of infrastructure and the lack of adequate supplies. As usual, the prime victims were the very old and the very young.

After the Warsaw Uprising, Sept/Oct 1944: Starving civilians are trying to reach for a few pieces of bread held by a member of the Polish Red Cross. Deaths from starvation in the Polish capital actually increased after the end of the uprising due to the destruction of infrastructure and the lack of adequate supplies. As usual, the prime victims were the very old and the very young.

Faces of the Warsaw Uprising and the Warsaw Resistance, 1944

Faces of the Warsaw Uprising and the Warsaw Resistance, 1944 <--- the guy on the bottom left looks kinda like putin!

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. Warsaw, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland. 15 September 1944. Image taken by Eugeniusz Lokajski.

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.

Polish insurgent fighter surrendered from his position in the sewers under Warsaw, Poland, 27 September 1944. Note MP 40 submachine gun. http://wrhstol.com/2zgnaYy

Polish insurgent fighter surrendered from his position in the sewers under Warsaw, Poland, 27 September 1944. Note MP 40 submachine gun. http://wrhstol.com/2zgnaYy

Entrance to the Warsaw ghetto. The sign states: "Epidemic Quarantine Area: Only Through Traffic is Permitted." Warsaw, Poland, February 1941.

Entrance to the Warsaw ghetto. The sign states: "Epidemic Quarantine Area: Only Through Traffic is Permitted.

Poland, Warsaw, 1957. First celebration of Warsaw Uprising, by men and women who fought in the insurrection, ceremonies on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

railways-and-roses: “ Poland, Warsaw, First celebration of Warsaw Uprising, by men and women who fought in the insurrection, ceremonies on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Yitzhak Zuckerman (Antek), One of the Organizers of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

:: Yitzhak Zuckerman (Antek), One of the organizers of the Warsaw ghetto uprising:: and a founder of my workplace, the Ghetto Fighters' House archives and museum of Holocaust and Jewish Resistance heritage.

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