Powstanie Warszawskie 75’ta rocznica

Dym z rac już opadł. Służby porządkowe kończą sprzątać porozrzucane ulotki. Dla warszawiaków w 1944, to był dopiero początek ciężkich 63 dni.

Miło było patrzeć na dzisiejszych Warszawiaków, którzy jak co roku w swój unikalny sposób uczcili pamięć tych, którym udało się przeżyć, jak i tym, którzy polegli w Powstaniu Warszawskim. To jest jedyne miasto na tej planecie, które zatrzymuje się całe w ten jeden dzień w roku. Jest to specjalny dzień dla nas warszawiaków, gdyż tego dnia całe miasto ruszyło do boju z okupantem. Pamiętam jak niewiele można było się dowiedzieć 20 lat temu o Powstaniu, były książki i programy, ale nie na taką skalę jak dziś.

Mam przyjemność przedstawić Państwu materiały jakie zebrałem przez ostatni tydzień na temat Powstania, miejsc i ludzi którzy brali w nim udział. Mapa która jest na naszej stronie, opiera się głownie na zdjęciach z 1939 i 1945, więc to co działo się w 1944 jest mi obecnie bardzo bliskie. Jestem pełen podziwu dla ludzi którzy ruszyli wtedy do walki. Ten duch jest w naszej polskiej krwi. „My nie błagamy o wolność, my o nią walczymy.”

Pomnik Małego Powstańca zawsze wywierał na mnie największe wrażenie. Mały chłopiec, mniej więcej w moim wieku (mówię o czasach gdy byłem w szkole podstawowej i chodziliśmy składać tam kwiaty). W za dużym mundurze, hełmie i z wielkim karabinem w rękach. Ten pomnik chyba daje mi najbardziej do myślenia. Staram się go zawsze odwiedzić jak jestem w Warszawie. Po prostu muszę na niego popatrzeć przez chwilę i wtedy większość moich problemów nie ma już znaczenia. Próbuję wyobrazić sobie siebie w jego za dużych butach i to co go za chwilę czeka. Bardzo bym chciał, żeby żadne dziecko na ziemi nie musiało nigdy więcej nosić karabinu, zamiast książek do szkoły.

Przebieg Powstania Warszawskiego

„Już w maju 1944 samoloty sowieckie zrzucają nad Warszawą ulotki nawołujące do akcji zbrojnej. Obawy o wywołanie powstania przez ludzi Moskwy nie są więc bezpodstawne. Na terenach wyzwalanych przez Armię Czerwoną komuniści stosują strategię faktów dokonanych. 22 lipca wieczorem Radio Moskwa informuje o powstaniu Polskiego Komitetu Wyzwolenia Narodowego. 27 lipca radio podaje informację o zawarciu dnia poprzedniego umowy pomiędzy Stalinem a PKWN. Na jej mocy PKWN otrzymuje zezwolenie na organizowanie administracji na zachód od tzw. linii Curzona. Odcina ona od Polski 1/3 jej przedwojennego terytorium: urodzajną Galicję ze stołecznym Lwowem, Polesie i Wileńszczyznę. Jednocześnie PKWN podpisuje umowę o poddaniu jurysdykcji sowieckiej przestępstw popełnionych „w strefie działań wojennych”. Postawa Sowietów jest dwulicowa.”www.1944.pl

Powstańcy

https://www.1944.pl/fototeka/powstancy.html

Grupa Powstańców z kompanii „Koszta”. Autor: Eugeniusz Lokajski „Brok”.
źródło MPW
Ślub sanitariuszki Alicji Treutler „Jarmuż” i plut. pchor. Bolesława Biegi „Pałąka”.
Autor: Eugeniusz Lokajski „Brok”.
źródło MPW

Warsaw Rising: The Forgotten Soldiers of World War II
CNN Presents documentary broadcasted June 2, 2004


Największy bestseller Normana Daviesa w wyjątkowej edycji!

„Żadna książka nie zrobiła tyle dla obalenia kłamstw i mitów o Powstaniu Warszawskim. Sprzedana w nakładzie ponad 300 000 egzemplarzy ukształtowała wyobrażenia całego pokolenia o niezwykłym zrywie z 1944 roku. „Powstanie ‘44”to literacki pomnik wystawiony bohaterom powstania, wnikliwe studium historyczne i największy bestseller Normana Daviesa. W 70. rocznicę powstania powraca w specjalnym wydaniu, z dodatkową przedmową autora.

W 2004 roku Norman Davies wyjaśniał, że za cel postawił sobie nie tylko wyjaśnienie dlaczego powstańcy nie zdołali osiągnąć swoich celów, ale przede wszystkim – dlaczego zwycięscy alianci nie przyszli im z pomocą. We wstępie do nowego wydania „Powstania ‘44” odnosi się również do niezwykłego sukcesu samej książki i do własnych doświadczeń z polską historią. Ale też do trwającej obecnie, burzliwej dyskusji na temat sensu Powstania Warszawskiego.

„Byłbym jednak ostatnim, kto zechciałby przyjąć, że ostateczna bitwa zakończyła się wygraną. W gruncie rzeczy w ostatnich latach wzrosła liczba ludzi, którzy wciąż hołdują niezliczonym opiniom o powstaniu. Komunistyczna propaganda nadal wywiera zza grobu swój wpływ” Z nowej przedmowy autora” www.swiatksiazki.pl/powstanie-44


Warsaw 44 – Jan Komasa – Warsaw Uprising Film

Artykuł
https://culture.pl/en/work/warsaw-44-jan-komasa

Galeria Zdjęć
https://culture.pl/en/gallery/warsaw-44-jan-komasa-image-gallery


Poland. VETERANS OF 1944 WARSAW UPRISING
https://federicocaponi.photoshelter.com/gallery/Poland-VETERANS-OF-1944-WARSAW-UPRISING/G0000M7gNlae8uk0

Stanislaw Sieradzki (SWIST, Whistle)..Sieradzki was a 23 year old Scoutmaster when the Uprising broke out in August, 1944. He shot the first Nazi fifteen minutes before the official W-hour (the so called “victory hour”, at 5 pm on August 1st , scheduled time for the beginning of the Uprising)..In total, Stanislaw Sieradzki killed 37 German soldiers during the Uprising. .Together with ZOSKA battalion, he fought nearby the Jewish and Evangelical cemetery. Sieradzki repelled the Germans’ attack coming from Mlynarska Street where they had already began murdering civilians. Throwing a grenade accurately, he overpowered a German “ckm”, a machinegun which was later repaired and used by the insurgents to fight the enemy..On August 5th, he took part in the liberation of Jews from “Gesiówka” (“Goose Farm”), the forced-labour camp set in the Warsaw city centre. .One of the 348 freed Jews, Jakob joined Zoska Battalion and, few days later, saved Sieradzki‘s life by digging him out from a collapsed building..He led the exhausting transportation of the wounded insurgents through the underground network of sewers, which connected the bombed hospitals to downtown..He fought and survived the tragic battle of Czerniakow area where the expected Soviets’ help never arrived..On September the 15th Sieradzki was severely wounded and taken to the hospital. .At the end of the war Sieradzi was harassed by the UBP (security organs created by the USSR and the Polish communist party) and could not finish his studies. After a year-long inquiry, he was sentenced for the death penalty, later changed for 15 years of imprisonment in Polish prisons controlled by USSR. He left the cell after 8 years, close to death from exhaustion.. Stanislaw Sieradzki (SWIST, Whistle)..Sieradzki was a 23 year old Scoutmaster when the Uprising broke out in August, 1944. He shot the first Nazi fifteen minutes before the official W-hour (the so called “victory hour”, at 5 pm on August 1st , scheduled time for the beginning of the Uprising)..In total, Stanislaw Sieradzki killed 37 German soldiers during the Uprising. .Together with ZOSKA battalion, he fought nearby the Jewish and Evangelical cemetery. Sieradzki repelled the Germans’ attack coming from Mlynarska Street where they had already began murdering civilians. Throwing a grenade accurately, he overpowered a German “ckm”, a machinegun which was later repaired and used by the insurgents to fight the enemy..On August 5th, he took part in the liberation of Jews from “Gesiówka” (“Goose Farm”), the forced-labour camp set in the Warsaw city centre. .One of the 348 freed Jews, Jakob joined Zoska Battalion and, few days later, saved Sieradzki‘s life by digging him out from a collapsed building..He led the exhausting transportation of the wounded insurgents through the underground network of sewers, which connected the bombed hospitals to downtown..He fought and survived the tragic battle of Czerniakow area where the expected Soviets’ help never arrived..On September the 15th Sieradzki was severely wounded and taken to the hospital. .At the end of the war Sieradzi was harassed by the UBP (security organs created by the USSR and the Polish communist party) and could not finish his studies. After a year-long inquiry, he was sentenced for the death penalty, later changed for 15 years of imprisonment in Polish prisons controlled by USSR. He left the cell after 8 years, close to death from exhaustion.. Some of the medals received by Eugeniusz Ajewski, KOTWA..Before the war Kotwa was a student of architecture. As a young but experienced soldier he motivated the boys in Mokotów district. In 1940 he already leaded as many as 40 trained soldiers..Before the Uprising he had been working in the railway station building barracks for the Germans. Later, as a brave insurgent involved in very risky missions, he will be back in those areas setting explosive charges and destroying the Nazi shelters he had built few mounths before..Defender of the redoubt MAGNET, he took part in the capture of the SGGW building (University) in Mokotów district where the Germans had other barracks. The building was captured with the use of grenades and just one single gun. Seventeen of his soldiers died in this operation..Following orders, he moved back to organize the guerrillas in the forest..After the capitulation, he ran away from the convoy which was leading him to the prisoner-of-war camp..After the war, he became one of the most important architects of Warsaw. He rebuilt the destroyed Lazienkowski Palace and built 3600 cheap, single-family houses for the middle class and also 8 memorials commemorating the fight of AK (Home Army) soldiers.. Sieradzi inside the Zoska Battallion High School, Warsaw. Stanislaw Sieradzki (SWIST, Whistle)..Sieradzki was a 23 year old Scoutmaster when the Uprising broke out in August, 1944. He shot the first Nazi fifteen minutes before the official W-hour (the so called “victory hour”, at 5 pm on August 1st , scheduled time for the beginning of the Uprising)..In total, Stanislaw Sieradzki killed 37 German soldiers during the Uprising. .Together with ZOSKA battalion, he fought nearby the Jewish and Evangelical cemetery. Sieradzki repelled the Germans’ attack coming from Mlynarska Street where they had already began murdering civilians. Throwing a grenade accurately, he overpowered a German “ckm”, a machinegun which was later repaired and used by the insurgents to fight the enemy..On August 5th, he took part in the liberation of Jews from “Gesiówka” (“Goose Farm”), the forced-labour camp set in the Warsaw city centre. .One of the 348 freed Jews, Jakob joined Zoska Battalion and, few days later, saved Sieradzki‘s life by digging him out from a collapsed building..He led the exhausting transportation of the wounded insurgents through the underground network of sewers, which connected the bombed hospitals to downtown..He fought and survived the tragic battle of Czerniakow area where the expected Soviets’ help never arrived..On September the 15th Sieradzki was severely wounded and taken to the hospital. .At the end of the war Sieradzi was harassed by the UBP (security organs created by the USSR and the Polish communist party) and could not finish his studies. After a year-long inquiry, he was sentenced for the death penalty, later changed for 15 years of imprisonment in Polish prisons controlled by USSR. He left the cell after 8 years, close to death from exhaustion... Prisoner of war identification photos taken by the Nazis after the Warsaw capitulation. Warsaw Uprising Museum.
When the Uprising broke out, Janina Kulesza-Kurowska was a 20 year old student who had just finished the first year of University. She was also working as a secretary for Jerzy Rutkowski, the head of the Wojskowe Zaklady Wydawnicze (martial publishing houses), made up of 12 workshops which edited books, newspapers, announcements, anti-Semitic leaflets and documents in German language..Poland was the only country where the Germans banned the publication of any not-german language newspapers and books..The insurgents captured 8 German printing presses during the Uprising; from her prominent position, Janina worked in the underground press managing the risky daily resupplying of paper and ink. She personally printed and delivered many AK’s (Home Army) posters and war bulletins..After the Polish capitulation, she escaped execution by chance, running away when she was already in front of the Nazi firing squad. She was imprisoned in a forced-labour camp in Germany and was saved few months later by the English Army.. Janina Kulesza-Kurowska showing the cross which she has kept since 1944. Her mother put in it some dirt from their garden in Warsaw. Warsaw Uprising Museum, detail of a vintage video showing boy-scouts. The boy-scouts were very active as messengers during 1944 Warsaw Uprising. A parallel, clandestine postal network was organized by these young scouts and was largely used by the Warsaw population during the Nazi occupation. Feliks Arak ( LEW, lion) was 20 as the Uprising broke out. Arak, due to a lack weapons, could not fight during the first days of the Uprising. Arak began working in the hospital of Konopczynska Street carrying the wounded and arranging the beds..After receiving a small gun, he joined the battle attacking a large column of motorized troops of German soldiers..He finally got the coveted rifle LELEWEL on September 6th, when he moved to the Chmielna Street and became a member of the KRYBAR group. He fought in the city center until the end of the Uprising..In the middle of the Uprising, like all the inhabitants of Warsaw, Feliks was starving. On his 20th birthday, together with some friends, he ate an old dog given to them by its owner who could not feed it any longer..After the capitulation, he could hardly hold back tears when had to give back his rifle to the Nazi officer..He was taken to a concentration camp in Austria and liberated by the Americans few months later..Here Arak is portrayed in Konopczynska Street, where he helped in the hospital at the beginning of the Uprising.. Veteran Feliks Arak (LEW. lion) in the places where he joined the "Krybar" Battalion and was sent to the battle front during Warsaw Uprising.
A dead tree with hundreds of obituaries pinned to it near the remnants of the Pawiak prison, Warsaw. After the 1944 Uprising the tree served as a notice board for people searching for their relatives. Old photos which belong to Veteran Anna Jakubowska. On the ID, dated May 1942, there is the infamous SS stamp that was used during the 5 year long Nazi occupation of Poland. AAnna Jakubowska took part in the planning of the Uprising since 1942. When the Uprising broke out she was only 17. Anna learned quickly how to give injections and later assisted the heroic Dott. Brom during surgery operations. She became one of the youngest nurses of the Uprising and a liaison officer. The liaison officers had been working to store syringes, drugs, bandages, clothes and other material since the beginning of Nazi occupation. These officers had to ration the supplies in order to make them last until the end of the Uprising; nobody could tell if it would be one month or one year..Anna lost her older sister who was also liaison officer. Her sister was severely wounded and had to be left behind in the bombed hospital. The same day her sister died, Anna was helping the evacuation of the hospital through a network of sewers, which allowed only lightly wounded patients to be saved..After the capitulation she was taken to the camp in Pruszkow where the prisoners of war were kept by the Germans without water or food. During the transport to another concentration camp, she managed to run away. .In 1949 Anna and her husband, an AK soldier, were arrested by UBP (security organs created by the USSR and the polish communist party). They left their two year old son under the care of his grandmother. Sentenced to 8 years of imprisonment, Anna spent 5 years in Polish prisons controlled by the USSR and never finished her psychology studies.. Witold Bartnicki ( KADLUBEK) was 19 when the Uprising began. He was a soldier of the armoured platoon and became the tank man of one of the two captured German tanks..On August 5th, his PANTHER tank led a successful attack on “Gesiówka” (Goose Farm Camp) which brought the release of 348 Jewish prisoners..On August 8th his PANTHER was hit by German artillery. Severely wounded and almost burned alive he was taken to the hospital from which he will run away after 3 weeks to join the battle again..After the capitulation he was taken to the camp in Lubece. Seven months later the camp was liberated by the English Army and Witold went back to Warsaw. After a long march, Witold arrived in Warsaw; he was unable to recognize his city since it had been transformed by the Nazis into a wilderness of ruins..Warned about the UBP’s (security organs created by the USSR and the Polish communist party) arrests, he left Warsaw once again and remained hidden for several months in a remote village in Silesia.. Barbara Wysiadecka (Baska) during the Uprising worked as a builder of barricades as well as a nurse and liaison officer..As a member of the women’s mine patrol, Wysiadecka was constructing the grenades with pieces of German missiles and with some scrap metal from cans. She was also in charge of delivering the weapons to selected locations..Baska had a decisive role in the famous battle for the PASTA. PASTA was a large building, which stood in a strategic position and was transformed into a fortress by the Nazis. Baska leaded a group of AK soldiers inside the bordering building and set mines to blow through a wall. Through this gap, the insurgents reached the PASTA fortress and conquered it..After the war she could not finish her studies of medicine since she did not get the so-called “moral certificate” as a result of her activity in AK (Home Army). She never received any compensation and had to do different jobs to survive..
Eugeniusz Ajewski, KOTWA..Before the war he was a student of architecture. As a young but experienced soldier he motivated the boys in Mokotów district. In 1940 he was already leading as many as 40 trained soldiers..Before the Uprising he had been working in the railway station, building barracks for the Germans. Later, as a brave insurgent involved in very risky missions, he returned to those areas, setting explosive charges and destroying the Nazi shelters he had built few mounths before..Defender of the MAGNET redoubt, he took part in the capture of the SGGW building (University) in Mokotów district where the Germans had other barracks. The building was captured with the use of grenades and just a single gun. Seventeen of his soldiers died in this operation..Following orders, he moved back to the forest to organize the guerrillas..After the capitulation he run away from the convoy that was leading him to a prisoner-of-war camp..After the war he became one of the most important architects of Warsaw. He rebuilt the destroyed Lazienkowski Palace and built 3600 cheap, single-family houses for the middle class and also 8 memorials commemorating the fight of AK (Home Army) soldiers.. Eugeniusz Ajewski, KOTWA..Before the war he was a student of architecture. As a young but experienced soldier he motivated the boys in Mokotów district. In 1940 he was already leading as many as 40 trained soldiers..Before the Uprising he had been working in the railway station, building barracks for the Germans. Later, as a brave insurgent involved in very risky missions, he returned to those areas, setting explosive charges and destroying the Nazi shelters he had built few mounths before..Defender of the MAGNET redoubt, he took part in the capture of the SGGW building (University) in Mokotów district where the Germans had other barracks. The building was captured with the use of grenades and just a single gun. Seventeen of his soldiers died in this operation..Following orders, he moved back to the forest to organize the guerrillas..After the capitulation he run away from the convoy that was leading him to a prisoner-of-war camp..After the war he became one of the most important architects of Warsaw. He rebuilt the destroyed Lazienkowski Palace and built 3600 cheap, single-family houses for the middle class and also 8 memorials commemorating the fight of AK (Home Army) soldiers.. Danuta Galkowa showing both the "Virtute Militari" decoration and the Red Cross "Florence Nightingale" Medal, received for her humanitarian help during the war. Danuta Galkowa (BLONDYNKA, Blondie)..She was 19 when the Uprising broke out. .During the occupation, she looked for collaborationists in order to denounce them to the underground justice courts..Before the insurrection, she went through military and sanitary training. During the Uprising, she worked as a nurse in the hospital as well as a messenger at the front..She spent the entire war alongside her boyfriend, a young and brave insurgent nicknamed “Elegant” who, after being severely wounded, lost a leg..Blondynka, despite the Nazi evacuation of Warsaw, risked her life and decided to stay with the wounded Elegant in the destroyed city. They were two of the so called “Robinsons”, the few people from Warsaw that did not leave the city and survived in a desert of rubble and ruins. She would have rather died with Elegant than have left him alone. .Blondynka and Elegant both miraculously escaped death and after the war got married and lived happy together for 30 years..Their story inspired a Japanese artist who made an illustrated book about them..Danuta Galkowa received both the "Virtute Militari" decoration and the Red Cross "Florence Nightingale" Medal, obtained for her humanitarian help during the war.. Teresa Sulowska-Bajarska (BUCKLE) was the youngest girl in the command office of AK (Home Army) and during the Uprising she provided the camp kitchens with mainly potatoes..As a liaison officer she took the long route from Mokotow through Wola to Sadyba, leading the soldiers and the wounded to hiding places. Teresa Sulowska-Bajarska led Marian Rapacki, who was going to evacuate, to the headquartiers of AK..Rapacki was an adviser of the Warsaw mayor Stefan Starzynski and the manager of the public refectories in town. Since the beginning of the Nazi occupation, he organized a secret network of food (grain and potatoes), weapons and clothes to supply the insurgents. Rapacki gave Teresa all the maps and she became the only person who knew where to find the food, weapons and ammunitions hidden by the AK command before the beginning of the Uprising..Teresa prefered going through a risky operation with a razor blade and without anesthetics rather than having her leg amputated. After the capitulation she miraculously escaped death, thanks to a man from Silesia, as she was being transported by carriage to Auschwitz. Teresa Sulowska-Bajarska never knew the name of her savior..
A prisoner's diary in Pawiak Prison Museum, Warsaw.. Teresa Sulowska-Bajarska (BUCKLE) was the youngest girl in the command office of AK (Home Army) and during the Uprising she provided the camp kitchens with mainly potatoes..As a liaison officer she took the long route from Mokotow through Wola to Sadyba, leading the soldiers and the wounded to hiding places. Teresa Sulowska-Bajarska led Marian Rapacki, who was going to evacuate, to the headquartiers of AK..Rapacki was an adviser of the Warsaw mayor Stefan Starzynski and the manager of the public refectories in town. Since the beginning of the Nazi occupation, he organized a secret network of food (grain and potatoes), weapons and clothes to supply the insurgents. Rapacki gave Teresa all the maps and she became the only person who knew where to find the food, weapons and ammunitions hidden by the AK command before the beginning of the Uprising..Teresa prefered going through a risky operation with a razor blade and without anesthetics rather than having her leg amputated. After the capitulation she miraculously escaped death, thanks to a man from Silesia, as she was being transported by carriage to Auschwitz. Teresa Sulowska-Bajarska never knew the name of her savior.. Dr Ryszard Borenski..When the Uprising broke out he was only 17. Together with his friends from a group of Scouts, he joined the GURT team which was supposed to capture the German’s arsenal located on Poniatowski Bridge. Unfortunately the arsenal was moved by the Nazis and the bloody battle was fought for nothing..After the failed action, the GURT team moved to Chmielna road, near the central railway station, where they were able to take over and keep a strategic building until the very end of the Uprising. A friend took a Leica from the pocket of a German soldier and took a famous picture of Ryszard shooting from a window. That pictures is today in many school books..GURT team was also composed by some of the best snipers of Warsaw. They were mainly called upon to stop Nazis from killing civilians. Ryszard understood tenacity of the enemy when one day, under a heavy GURT snipers’ fire, a battalion of Nazis did not stop and did not run for a shelter. The Nazis simply went on with the massacre of civilians, falling dead one on top of the other..The leader of the platoon, RUSIN, died in Ryszard’s arms.. Guard of honour at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Warsaw. "The Insurgents" monument, Warsaw.
Warsaw Uprising Museum. Vintage handmade guns used by the insurgents, Warsaw Uprising Museum. Warsaw Uprising Museum. The veterans recorded their memories so visitors can listen the real voices of the Uprising's protagonists. Warsaw Uprising Museum, Memorial Wall. Guard of honour in Powazki Military cemetery, Warsaw. The white wooden crosses are the tombs of the insurgents of Warsaw 1944 Uprising.
Powazki Military Cemetery, Warsaw. Powazki Military Cemetery, Warsaw. The tomb of the poet Krysztof Kamil Baczynski, member of the "Parasol Battalion", killed at the age of 23 during the 4th day of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising. Pawazki Military Cemetery, Warsaw..The tomb of Tadeusz Zawadzki, codenames: Zośka, Kajman, Kotwicki, Lech Pomarańczowy, Tadeusz (1921 – 1943) was a Polish Scoutmaster, Polish scouting resistance activist and second lieutenant of the Armia Krajowa during the Second World War. Hero of the book Kamienie na Szaniec by Aleksander Kamiński..Tadeusz died during the so-called "Taśma" action - an attack on a Grenzschutzpolizei building near Wyszków in the night of 20 and 21 August 1943..To his memory was named The Battalion Zośka. It was a Scouting battalion of the AK (Home Army), mainly consisted by members of the Grey Ranks (codename for the underground Polish Scouting Association during World War II), which took part in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944.. Detail of a tomb in Powazki Military Cemetery, Warsaw. The morning walk of an old veteran on the roads where he fought Nazis in August 1944, Warsaw.


PW Przeciw Faszyzmowi.

No niestety, muszę o tym wspomnieć, bo rzeczywiście krew mi się czasami w żyłach gotuje. Szczególnie jak widzę narodowca, który oddaje w faszystowski sposób cześć osobom poległym, podczas walki z faszyzmem. Ja skończyłem się identyfikować z takimi grupami, jak skończyłem 16 lat. Uznałem, że podążać za ideologią, dla samej ideologii, to nie dla mnie. Ja nie lubię jak ktoś mi mówi co i jak mam robić, więc nie będę tego narzucał innym. Ja też mogę się mylić w swoich poglądach. Zawsze.

 


Epos Prudentialu.
Ikoniczne zdjęcie powstało podczas bombardowania Warszawy w trakcie powstania warszawskiego, 28 sierpnia 1944 roku

https://culture.pl/pl/dzielo/sylwester-kris-braun-epos-prudentialu


„Epos Prudentialu”, fot. Sylwester „Kris” Braun, Wikimedia Commons

Kolorowe zdjęcie „Epos Prudentialu”, fot. Sylwester „Kris” Braun


Warszawa zrównana z ziemią
Za każdego zabitego żołnierza niemieckiego Niemcy zabijali 100 Polaków.

Dziewczynka w zadużych butach Podpalacze

Kolorowe zdjęcia z powstania
metrowarszawa.gazeta.pl/metrowarszawa


Kolorowe zdjęcia Warszawy z 1944 roku
„Kolorowe zdjęcia Warszawy zrobiono we wrześniu 1944, w trakcie Powstania Warszawskiego. Kliszę znaleziono w rozbitym niemieckim czołgu. Po raz pierwszy pokazano ją w latach 70., teraz przypominamy prawdopodobnie pierwsze kolorowe zdjęcia zniszczonej Warszawy i prawdopodobnie ostatnie „spojrzenie” na Pałac Saski.” warszawa.naszemiasto.pl

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Warszawa w kolorze 1947 – zdjęcia  Henry N Cobb
Henry Cobb o Warszawie: „Te ruiny nie były martwe”

„Przyjazd do Warszawy i pomoc w odbudowie naprawdę były moim planem i marzeniem – mówi amerykański architekt Henry N. Cobb, który w 1947 roku jako 21-letni student zrobił tu kilkadziesiąt kolorowych zdjęć ruin. Wróciłby, gdyby nie zimna wojna.” warszawa.wyborcza.pl/warszawa/

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Biblioteka Linków
Strony, zdjęcia i artykuły w jezyku Polskim i Angielskim głównie na temat Powstania, ale i nie tylko zostanie dodana za parę dni jak uporządkuje ponad 120 linków do stron i galerii. Jest tego masa.