Homage to Warsaw – “How can we forget when our city still remembers?”

In the August heat of 1944, thousands of Poles – many of them just teenagers – rose in defiance of the Nazi war machine to liberate their own capital city without the unwelcome ‘help’ of the Red Army.

What followed was an epic battle, in the course of which the heroic young Poles were utterly betrayed by their Western ‘allies’. Despite that, however, their sacrifice and courage live on, and will inspire generations of Poles to come.

Western Europe has committed suicide, but as a new Christendom rises in the East, Poland will have a central role. Deus vult!

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