In addition to specifying the name s of the creator s when making use of their work, please acknowledge the source of the material as follows:. Have more information? Found a mistake? Help us complete missing information. Was it torn from an old family album? The scalloped fringe must have been cut in a photo shop, as was customary at the time, when even a tiny photograph like this one, was given a lot of thought.
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Printing in Poland was staged for the media by the Soviets. The manifesto was addressed to the Polish nation at that time: individuals both within Nazi-occupied Poland , and those in exile abroad due to the ongoing World War II. It was arranged into thirteen main points. Among and within these points:. To arms! Long live the united Polish Army, fighting for the freedom of Poland! Long live the allied Red Army, carrying out the liberation of Poland!
69 lat temu, 22 lipca 1944 roku, ogłoszono „Manifest PKWN”