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Back in the Day

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01/08 09:14 CET

Back in the Day: Warsaw rises up

Back in the Day: Warsaw rises up

August 1, 1944. The Warsaw Uprising took place, designed by Polish resistance fighters to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. The uprising began on August 1, as part of Operation Tempest, with the Soviet Army approaching Warsaw, having already driven the German Wehrmacht from…