During the walk Warsaw September 1939, we find places that are related to the events of the beginig of the World War II in Warsaw. We will look at them from the perspective of Jewish residents who actively participated in the defense of their city.
I wanted Warsaw to be great. When I speak to you now, I see it through windows in all its greatness and glory, surrounded by clouds of smoke, reddened by flames of fire, a magnificent, indestructible, great, fighting Warsaw – this is what the mayor of the capital, Stefan Starzyński, said in September 1939, to raise the morale of the inhabitants of the besieged city.
August 29, 1756 - was born Jan Śniadecki, a Polish mathematician, philosopher and astronomer. He published many works, including his observations on recently discovered planetoids. The lunar crater 'Sniadecki' and the main-belt asteroid '1262 Sniadeckia' were named in his honour
Your message has been sent. We will back to you shortly.
SOMETHING WENT WRONG!