Photos of bloodstains splattered across stairwells have been posted on social media with claims that they are from Polish soldiers who fought against Nazi Germany during the 1944 Uprising. TFN’s Stuart Dowell puts on his detective cap to find out more.
Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz and his German counterpart Heiko Maas laid wreaths on Thursday at a monument in Warsaw commemorating the 'Wola Slaughter,' a massacre of civilians committed by Nazi German forces during the Warsaw Uprising.
Taking on secret missions, players make their way across occupied Europe, evading German troops to deliver as many intelligence reports and documents as possible without getting caught.
EXCLUSIVE: TFN’s Stuart Dowell gets exclusive access to long-forgotten photos of Warsaw in the early days of World War II. The scenes that are revealed are fascinating and grotesque in equal measure.