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WW2 - Warsaw under nazi occupation

Warszawa, Poland

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  • Nombre1 to 4 persons
  • Durée
    5 hour(s)
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    Guided tours / Photo walks
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On Sep. 1st 1939, 1.8 million German troops invaded Poland on 3 fronts. 2 weeks later, on Sep. 17th, 1939, 1.1 million Soviet troops invaded Poland from the east. Warsaw defended under the siege until Sep. 28, 1939, when the Polish garrison capitulated. On Oct. 1, 1939 the Wermacht entered Warsaw, which started a period of Nazi occupation that lasted until the Warsaw Uprising 1944 and later till Jan. 17, 1945. Since the first days the Nazis had arrested and executed the Varsovians or had taken them to the concentration or extremination camps. From 1943, a concentration camp existed also in Warsaw – KL Warschau. To resist the Nazi terror both Polish and Jewish underground military organisations were formed, including the Polish underground Home Army controlled by the Polish Government in Exile, the Jewish resistance in isolated ghetto and underground scout groups – the “Grey Ranks”

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ROUTE: the history of Polish resistance under Nazi occupation in Warsaw, actions against the terror and everyday life in occupied city, Museum of Pawiak prison, the Mausoleum of Struggle and Martyrdom in former Gestapo headquarters, monuments and memorial sites of mass executions, military cemetery – optional Tour Duration: 5 hours (including driving time) Remarks: please note – both museums are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays Group size: 1-4 pax For larger groups extra transportation (mini-van, bus) cost will be added – please contact for details meeting place and time: according to your wish Transportation Method: walking and car tour Price includes: guiding service, tax, car transportation for up to 4 pax, parking fees Additional costs: Entrance fees: Mausoleum of Struggle and Martrdom (1.50 Euro/pax); Museum of Pawiak Prison (1.5 Euro/pax) Please note: services are priced PER TOUR, not PER PERSON


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