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‘Roots of Memory’: Museum project honours Warsaw’s WWII resistance fighters

28.07.2021 22:45
"Roots of Memory" is the name of a project launched by a Polish museum to mark the upcoming 77th anniversary of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.
Jan Ołdakowski, director of the Warsaw Uprising Museum, whose Roots of Memory project aims to honour the Polish capitals World War II resistance fighters.
Jan Ołdakowski, director of the Warsaw Uprising Museum, whose "Roots of Memory" project aims to honour the Polish capital's World War II resistance fighters.Photo: PAP/Radek Pietruszka

The bloody World War II revolt in the Polish capital was a heroic act of resistance in which poorly equipped Polish fighters took up arms against the country’s Nazi German invaders.

Radio Poland's Elżbieta Krajewska has the details.

Click on the audio player above to listen.