Polish people honor dead heroes of the Resistance in Warsaw, at end of World War II.
Warsaw Poland Date:1945 Duration:1 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Officials assembling to honor fallen Polish Resistance heroes. A speaker stand displaying the Polish Military Eagle Insignia is set up in a square in Warsaw. Demolished and damaged buildings are seen in the background. Cars arrive carrying officials. Polish military and police stand along the square and many people are assembled behind them holding flags of all sorts. Closeup of well-dressed civilian officials presenting an official Government citation for Kyzyzem Grunwaldu (the cross of Grunwald). A Polish general stands with officers of Allied forces, including British and French, and a Polish civilian official. A group of uniformed Allied military men and women standing in front of war-torn ruins. Polish troops parade followed by Polish girls and boys carrying a large banner. View of numerous crosses marking graves of fallen in the ruins. Camera pans over scene of desolation and destruction. Wreaths placed at a memorial site among the ruins. Crude lettering in concrete wall reads something about being part of the wall where Resistance Fighters were killed. Details and date are obscured.
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