A girl holding her dog, 8 Żelazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939

Caption   A girl holding her dog, 8 Żelazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Identification Code   64467
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Invasion of Poland   Main article  Photos  
Dogs in War Time   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day See all photos dated 5 Sep 1939
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 7 Oct 2010

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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. Mary Kleeman says:
5 Sep 2011 10:14:56 AM

Have tons of WWII photos. Dad 93 yr old vet and my father-in-law and uncle have tons of them. US fellas.
2. Poland WW2 says:
5 Sep 2011 12:02:47 PM

This poignant photo one of hundreds of photographs taken by American photojournalist Julien Bryan of the invasion of Poland. His archival newsreel "Siege" is heartbreaking. Brave man.
3. Vinny says:
5 Sep 2013 08:04:37 PM

Can't stop staring at this picture wow!
4. tj says:
5 Sep 2014 07:02:20 AM

wow
5. Anonymous says:
3 Feb 2015 11:06:39 AM

So sad, so many killed for no other reason for Hitler's "master race".

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