In today’s video about the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney describes how Hitler’s troops deploy dirty tricks against the embattled insurgents.
As the insurgents continue to be pounded by aerial attacks British PM Winston Churchill implores Stalin to go to their aid. But the Soviet leader refuses, realising that they could be future resistance to his post-war plans for Poland. Patrick Ney continues his series of short videos about 63 days of the Warsaw Uprising.
As Warsaw burns it becomes clear to the insurgents that assistance from the Red Army will not materialise, and that the Allies are struggling to get help through. Isolated and alone the city’s population will soon be reduced to little more than a couple of thousand. British vlogger Patrick Ney continues his series of short videos on 63 days of the Warsaw Uprising.
In the second part of an interview with The First News, Ms. Alina Matuszewska recalls the growing horror and tragedy of the uneven fight against Nazi Germany during the Warsaw Uprising.
The BBC starts reporting that German troops are carrying out war crimes in the Polish capital. Meanwhile, during the indiscriminate bombing of the city, Hitler’s Luftwaffe inadvertently begins killing SS troops being held prisoner. Join British vlogger Patrick Ney as continues his series of short videos on 63 days of the Warsaw Uprising.
‘We were young and willing to die for our country’: Just 17-years-old when the Uprising broke out, in a series of exclusive videos for TFN, Alina tells of both the elation of fighting to free Warsaw and of the horrors that followed.
Today, British vlogger Patrick Ney revisits continued fighting at the PWPW building and in Warsaw’s Old Town in day seven of his 63-part series on the Warsaw Uprising.
In today’s short video about the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney looks at the brutal hand-to-hand street fighting that took place in Warsaw’s Old Town. And in a moving piece of personal history, Patrick reveals the fate of his Polish wife’s Great Aunt.
Over 250 weddings took place during the Warsaw Uprising, four for every day of the fighting.
In his series of videos covering the 63 days of the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney today looks at events in the Old Town. The Polish resistance has the upper hand but the Germans begin to use civilians as human shields…