78 years ago, an uprising broke out in Warsaw on the orders of the Commander-in-Chief of the Home Army, Gen. Tadeusz Komorowski "Bor". For 63 days, the insurgents waged a heroic and lonely fight with the German army


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Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Warsaw Uprising Calendar: September 6th and 7th - Powiśle falls

The source: Powstanie warszawskie. Najważniejsze fotografie (Warsaw Uprising: The Most Important Photographs)

September 6 

- Overnight there is a real exodus of the population of Powiśle, which is trying to get through Aleje Jerozolimskie (Jerusalem Avenue) to the southern side of Downtown.

- The last points of Polish resistance in Powiśle fell.

September 7

- Talks of the insurgent delegation, composed Maria Tarnowska, vice-president of the Polish Red Cross, with the commander-in-chief of the German troops, General Eric von Bach-Zelewski, on the evacuation of civilians from Warsaw.

- The insurgent authorities introduced a curfew in Żoliborz, starting at 8pm.

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