Warsaw Uprising - August 1, 1944
Tomorrow Poland will commemorate the 76th Anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising. On August 1, 1944 at 5:00 pm, 50,000 Polish Home Army Soldiers (Armia Krajowa) as well as many civilians (Polish Underground Resistance) including children as young as 9 years old rose up against the Nazi occupation of Warsaw. Outgunned and outnumbered they fought for 63 days. Stalin the traitor stopped his red army advancement on Warsaw across the Vistula River. He watched the best of Polish Patriots and Heroes bleed to death. Warsaw Uprising was the single largest military effort taken by a European nation against Nazi Germany. In retaliation Hitler burned Warsaw to the ground. Around 200,000 Polish citizens were killed and the remaining 700,000 of Warsaw inhabitants were expelled from the city.
We Shall Never Forget About Their Sacrifices! Indeed it is better to die on your feet then to live on your knees!
Chwała Bohaterom! Glory to the Polish Heroes!
Zakorzenione w tradycji wschodu i zachodu, Krakowa i Orchard Lake Rzymskokatolickie Wyższe Seminarium św. Cyryla i Metodego powstało, by służyć Kościołowi Katolickiemu w USA i mieszkającej tutaj Polonii.