Destruction Of Warsaw
About the Destruction Of Warsaw in video and text.
This page on the Destruction Of Warsaw in video and text shows how the city was rebuilt by the Polish people after World War II.
Warsaw Uprising Museum
Understanding what happened to Warsaw goes a long way toward understanding the modern day City as well as the Polish people and the County's political scene.
The destruction that took place after the Warsaw Uprising is beyond verbal description. One has to look at the pictures to just start to get a feel of what it was like.
And there is lot more that can be learned by looking at some of the close up views of the people who lived through it.
To get the best understanding of the horror inflicted on the people and the City itself, we encourage you to visit the uprising museum.
And to see how. even though their capital city was destroyed, the Polish people endured and rebuilt the City, the video below is a starting point to our picture and information series about Warsaw.
You are invited to watch it as an introduction and then follow the leads it provides for more detailed information.
This video shows a picture of an aerial view of the destruction of Warsaw. It was taken by a Nazi on an over flight made to produce a propaganda film.
You can the complete film at the Warsaw Uprising Museum.
To view this video in full screen or to leave a comment, to to this link. History of Warsaw Old Town
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