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Residents of Warsaw sing together to mark 77th anniversary of Warsaw Uprising

01.08.2021 20:00
A special concert paying tribute to the participants of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising is held on Sunday evening in the Freedom Park of the Warsaw Rising Museum.
A poster promoting the concert Varsovians sing un(forbidden) songs, organized by the Warsaw Rising Museum. The event is held annually to honour the 1944 Warsaw Uprising fighters and victims.
A poster promoting the concert "Varsovians sing un(forbidden) songs," organized by the Warsaw Rising Museum. The event is held annually to honour the 1944 Warsaw Uprising fighters and victims.Source: the Warsaw Rising Museum website

Organized annually under the title "Varsovians sing (un)forbidden songs," the event starts on 1 August 2021 at 8.30pm.

The concert will be broadcast live on the public channel TVP1 and the YouTube channel of the Warsaw Rising Museum.

As every year, songbooks have been prepared and printed out to facilitate the singing of insurgent repertoire and other patriotic songs.

Warsaw on Sunday marked 77 years since the outbreak of an uprising aiming to wrest the Polish capital from Nazi German occupation during World War II. The Warsaw Uprising, also called the Warsaw Rising, started at 5 pm on August 1, 1944.

A number of events have been held across Poland and its capital Warsaw to honour the Polish fighters who took up arms in the largest WWII insurgency.


Source: PAP