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  • Walega, Mieczyslaw Jerzy (Oral history)

    Walega, Mieczyslaw Jerzy (Oral history)

    (sound) Made by: IWM (Production company) 1990-02-21

    11199

    A Polish officer served with Home Army in Rzeszów and Tarnów, Poland, 1939-1945.

  • Czelny, Kazimierz Tadeusz (Oral history)

    Czelny, Kazimierz Tadeusz (Oral history)

    (sound) Made by: IWM (Production company) 1996-06-16

    16691

    Polish civilian with resistance in Rabka, Poland, 1939-1942; arrested by Gestapo, 3/8/1942; inmate of Zakopane and Tarnów prisons, 1942-1943; inmate in Auschwitz, Birkenau and Mauthausen Concentration Camps, 1943-1945.

  • Rusecki, Jozef (Oral history)

    Rusecki, Jozef (Oral history)

    (sound) Made by: IWM (Production company) 1998-06-07

    18215

    Polish officer served with Polish Resistance in Tarnów, Poland, 1939-1945 including Operation Burza, 7/1944-10/1944. Escaped to West Germany, 8/1945.

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR PRESS AGENCY PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Central Press photographer 1939-09-18

    HU 128051

    Soviet Commissar Borovensky and General Heinz Guderian, the Commander of the XIX German Corps, discussing details of demarcation line between two invading armies at the captured town of Brześć Litewski (Brest-Litovsk), 18 September 1939.

  • GERMANY IN WORLD AFFAIRS:  PICTORIAL DIARY FOR 1939

    GERMANY IN WORLD AFFAIRS: PICTORIAL DIARY FOR 1939

    part of "GROSS DEUTSCHLAND IM WELTGESCHEHEN: TAGESBILDBERICHTE (HEINRICH HOFFMANN)" (photographs) Made by: Hoffmann, Heinrich (Photographer) 1939-08

    HU 39970

    Original caption reads: In spite of the Polish war mongers' arrogant provocations, supported by the British, the Fuhrer still tries to avoid war in Europe by means of peaceful suggestions. Late at night the English Ambassador, Sir Neville Henderson...

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "UNATTRIBUTED" (photographs) 1939-09-10

    HU 5262

    Columns of German troops retreating along a road in the woods in the area between the towns of Ozorków and Zgierz. Photograph taken in the early stages of the Battle of Bzura.

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR PRESS AGENCY PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1939-09

    HU 106235

    Soviet and German experts working over a map of Poland at a meeting place in Moscow trying to establish the demarcation line between two invading armies, September 1939.

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: German official photographer 1939-09-25

    MH 13369

    Hitler examines destroyed Polish Armoured Train No. 13 "General Sosnkowski" at the town of Łochów, with General Wilhelm Keitel, the Chief of Staff of the OKW (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht), 25 September 1939. The armoured train was seriously...

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1939-09-18

    MH 8160

    Soviet crew of a BA-20M armoured car chatting with German troops in the captured Polish town of Brześć Litewski (Brest-Litovsk) where two invading, German and Russian, armies met, 18 September 1939.

  • THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    THE GERMAN-SOVIET INVASION OF POLAND, 1939

    part of "PRYTYŚ WŁADYSŁAW JACEK COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Prytyś, Władysław Jacek (Photographer) 1939-09-13

    HU 109698

    Group of Polish refugees in the village of Chlebiczyn Leśny on the way to cross the Romanian border. Towns of Kuty and Zaleszczyki on the Romanian border were the only way to escape from completely surrounded Poland caught in a double onslaught of Nazi...

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