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Polish soldiers captured by Germans during the invasion of Poland, 1939.

World War II Erupts: Color Photos From the Invasion of Poland, 1939

Adolf Hitler views victory parade in Warsaw after the German invasion of Poland, 1939.

World War II Erupts: Color Photos From the Invasion of Poland, 1939

Adolf Hitler views victory parade in Warsaw after German invasion of Poland in 1939

German troops prepare for victory parade after the invasion of Poland, 1939.

World War II Erupts: Color Photos From the Invasion of Poland, 1939

Germans prepare for victory parade after the invasion of Poland. WARSZAWA Location: Warsaw, Poland Date taken: October 1939 Photographer: Hugo Jae.

Polish soldiers with anti-aircraft artillery near the Warsaw Central Station during the first days of September, 1939.

Polish soldiers from antiaircraft artillery unit during Siege of Warsaw in september Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Warsaw citizens buried their dead in parks and streets after the invasion of Poland, 1939.

World War II Erupts: Color Photos From the Invasion of Poland, 1939

Warsaw citizens buried their dead in parks and streets after the invasion of Poland, How did the world allow it to get this far?

Polish nurse caught by the Germans during the invasion of Poland, Sept 1939.

A Red Cross nurse captured by the Germans during the Polish invasion by Germany. Location: Poland Date taken: September 1939 Photographer.

Poland was invaded by Nazi forces in 1939 and occupied for a period of time during World War II. This is a picture of Poland in 1940 under Nazi-occupation.

The Brink of Oblivion: Color Photos From Nazi-Occupied Poland, 1939-1940

Haunting color photos made by Adolf Hitler's personal photographer, Hugo Jaeger, in the ghettos of Nazi-occupied Poland in 1939 and

Henryk Dobrzański "Hubal" became the first partisan commander of World War II. The "Separated Unit of the Polish Army", as he called it, preformed raids on German forces in Poland. He was captured and killed by German soldiers near the village of Anielin (powiat of Opoczno) in April 1940.

First partisan of II world war - Major Henryk Dobrzański aka "Hubal"

Polish cavalry defending their country during World War II; September 1939, Poland

Polish cavalry (still using horses!) defending their country from German invasion in German commanders ordered their men to treat Polish POWs and civilians are less than humans, often shooting them on sight.

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