The Polish are a people tempered by the fires of war and a true testament to human resilience. In the inferno of World War II, Poland endured, not only surviving occupation by two ruthless juggernauts but making crucial contributions to the Allied victory and holding on to what it means to be Polish despite unspeakable risk.
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From the horrifying to the heroic, we preserve the lesser-known stories of war, focusing, for the time being, on the deadliest war in human history, World War II.