In today’s video about the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney discusses how Polish resistance fighters crawled through the filthy sewers of Mokotow to get to Wilcza street to outflank marauding Germans who continue to commit atrocities against innocent civilians.
In his series of short films about the 63 days of the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney today looks at the Allied attempts to drop supplies to the Poles, at the SS genocide of civilians in the Wola district of Warsaw, and at the Polish resistance’s liberation of a concentration camp.
Today in his series of short videos about the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney looks at the ‘SS Executioner of Ochota' and the mass murder of over 10,000 civilians before moving to the city’s Wola district and the heinous work of other SS death squads.
British vlogger Patrick Ney looks at Polish successes and failures in the early days of the Warsaw Uprising. In this episode he looks at what happened in the north of the city.
Episode 2 in a series of short videos about the Warsaw Uprising sees British Vlogger Patrick Ney at the building of the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW) in Warsaw, which played a key role in preventing the Germans from accessing the Old Town.
The Warsaw Uprising was the single largest military effort ever undertaken by any European Resistance group during WWII.
Today defence and interior ministers together with 30 elderly veterans of the Battle of Monte Cassino are in Italy visiting the ancient hilltop monastery south of Rome and the adjacent Polish military cemetery where the victims of the 1944 battle lie.