The Fall of Warsaw, Poland, and continued struggle of Poles during occupation in World War II
Warsaw Poland Date:1939, September Duration:5 min 1 sec Sound:Yes
Shows the fall and destruction of Warsaw, Poland during World War 2. Polish General Tadeusz Kutrzeba, deputy commander of Warsaw, walks to a bus in which German officers await to negotiate a cease fire. He is seen inside, through the window of the bus as they discuss disposition of forces using a map. Nazi occupation of the city and bombed ruins. Examples of Polish resistance in the city, such as man on his knees in a tunnel, firearms, printing pamphlets, man setting type and running press, distributing anti-Nazi pamphlets, German poster announcing executions in Lublin, Poland. Exact Warsaw locations unknown, but some possibly within the Warsaw Ghetto. Scene shows men pasting anti-Nazi posters, doing graffiti on wall, taking still photographs. Wrecked bridges and trains.
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