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The Miracle You've Never Heard Of: English-language film about 1920 Battle of Warsaw

13.08.2020 14:06
An English-language short film about the 1920 Battle of Warsaw entitled "The Miracle You've Never Heard Of" is premiering on social media.
Polish-Soviet war; Polish defences with a machine gun position on the outskirts of Warsaw, August 1920.
Polish-Soviet war; Polish defences with a machine gun position on the outskirts of Warsaw, August 1920. Photo: [Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons

It can be seen as of Thursday evening, including on the websites of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Polish Culture Ministry.

Elżbieta Krajewska has been speaking to the man who made the film, Stefan Tompson.