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Polish WWII hero portrayed in new biopic

07.04.2020 14:35
A captivating new documentary pays tribute to an unsung Polish World War II hero on the 128th anniversary of his birth.
  • Polish WWII hero portrayed in new biopic: audio report
Gen. Stanisław Maczeks grave at a Polish military cemetery in Breda in the northern Netherlands.
Gen. Stanisław Maczek's grave at a Polish military cemetery in Breda in the northern Netherlands.Photo: PAP/Maciej Kulczyński

The film, entitled Invincible: The Story of General Stanisław Maczek, recently premiered online.

“The general and his troops epitomize the fate of the Polish soldier and Poland during WWII,” says Robert Kostro, from the Warsaw-based Museum of Polish History, which produced the film.

Kostro adds that Gen. Maczek was “a man who never lost a battle” even though he “went through all the phases of the war.”

Radio Poland’s Michał Owczarek has this audio report.

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