German Army and SS (Schutzstaffel) Troops fight Polish resistance in Warsaw, Poland.
Warsaw Poland Date:1944, September Duration:1 min 56 sec Sound:Yes
German Army and SS (Schutzstaffel) Troops fight Polish resistance in Warsaw. A map shows Warsaw. German troops crush the Warsaw Uprising. The German army troops operating tanks and heavy artillery. Smoke rises up due to explosions as Germans bombard Warsaw. A German soldier looks through binoculars. German take a Polish prisoner. Tanks and artillery on roads of Warsaw during street fighting in Warsaw. German soldiers fire rifles and machine guns. Close up views of faces of German soldiers in combat. German artillery fired. A dead body of a Polish resistance fighter on the street, wearing a resistance armband. German General Reiner Stahel pores over a map with other German officers fighting against the Polish resistance. Rubble on streets. Point of view shots from German guns and German positions targeting Polish resistance positions. German set demolition charges and blow up parts of walled off buildings. The Germans take prisoners and escort male prisoners and sympathizers at a railroad station with trains in background. Polish prisoners walk under German guard. Precise locations in Warsaw unknown, but some scenes could be from the Warsaw Ghetto.
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