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German 5 cm PaK 38 gun captured by Polish fighters, gardens outside of Krasinski Palace, Warsaw, Poland, 11 Aug 1944, photo 2 of 2Capitan Cyprian Odorkiewicz (second from left) inspecting ammunition for PIAT launcher of Rafalki unit of resistane fighters, Okolnik gardens, Warsaw, Poland, 14 Aug 1944PIAT anti-tank launchers belonging to fighters of Battalion Czata 49, Warsaw, Poland, Aug 1944Polish fighters Andrzej Maringe, Stanislaw Potworowski, and others of Battalion Czata 49 with PIAT launchers, Aug 1944
German 5 cm PaK 38 gun captured by Polish fighters, gardens outside of Krasinski Palace, Warsaw, Poland, 11 Aug 1944, photo 2 of 2Capitan Cyprian Odorkiewicz (second from left) inspecting ammunition for PIAT launcher of Rafalki unit of resistane fighters, Okolnik gardens, Warsaw, Poland, 14 Aug 1944PIAT anti-tank launchers belonging to fighters of Battalion Czata 49, Warsaw, Poland, Aug 1944Polish fighters Andrzej Maringe, Stanislaw Potworowski, and others of Battalion Czata 49 with PIAT launchers, Aug 1944
Polish resistance fighter Captain Cyprian Odorkiewicz holding a German Army cap, Okólnik gardens, Warsaw, Poland, 14 Aug 1944; note captured MP 40 submachine gunPolish resistance fighter, Warsaw, Aug 1944; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gun at shoulder and unidentified pistol in holsterPolish resistance fighters with PIAT anti-tank launchers, Tamka 46, Warsaw, Poland, circa 14 Aug 1944Remains of a German soldier killed during the Warsaw Uprising, Poland, 23 Aug 1944
Polish resistance fighter Captain Cyprian Odorkiewicz holding a German Army cap, Okólnik gardens, Warsaw, Poland, 14 Aug 1944; note captured MP 40 submachine gunPolish resistance fighter, Warsaw, Aug 1944; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gun at shoulder and unidentified pistol in holsterPolish resistance fighters with PIAT anti-tank launchers, Tamka 46, Warsaw, Poland, circa 14 Aug 1944Remains of a German soldier killed during the Warsaw Uprising, Poland, 23 Aug 1944
Prudential building in Warsaw, Poland exploding as it was hit by a shell from a German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, 28 Aug 1944An unexploded shell from German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, basement of Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland, 30 Aug 1944Polish resistance fighters near the PAST building in Warsaw, Poland, Aug-Oct 1944German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun and its crew fighting in the streets of Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Uprising, 11 Sep 1944; note heavily damaged buildings
Prudential building in Warsaw, Poland exploding as it was hit by a shell from a German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, 28 Aug 1944An unexploded shell from German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, basement of Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland, 30 Aug 1944Polish resistance fighters near the PAST building in Warsaw, Poland, Aug-Oct 1944German 7.5 cm PaK 40 anti-tank gun and its crew fighting in the streets of Warsaw, Poland during the Warsaw Uprising, 11 Sep 1944; note heavily damaged buildings
German soldiers at Theater Square during the uprising in Warsaw, Poland, 11 Sep 1944; note National Theater in backgroundPolish insurgent fighter surrendered from his position in the sewers under Warsaw, Poland, 27 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2; note MP 40 submachine gunPolish insurgent fighter surrendered from his position in the sewers under Warsaw, Poland, 27 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2
German soldiers at Theater Square during the uprising in Warsaw, Poland, 11 Sep 1944; note National Theater in backgroundPolish insurgent fighter surrendered from his position in the sewers under Warsaw, Poland, 27 Sep 1944, photo 1 of 2; note MP 40 submachine gunPolish insurgent fighter surrendered from his position in the sewers under Warsaw, Poland, 27 Sep 1944, photo 2 of 2

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