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English: Warsaw Uprising: Filling of sand bags by civilian population in the courtyard of townhouse at Moniuszki 11 street.
Polski: Powstanie warszawskie: Napełnianie przez ludność cywilną worków z piaskiem na podwórzu kamienicy Moniuszki 11. Worki z piaskiem używane były do budowy barykad, i używane były do gaszenie pożarów.
Date mid August 1944
  • Opracowanie Zbiorowe (1 August 1957) Powstanie Warszawskie w Ilustracji, Warsaw: Wydanie Specjalne Warszawskiego Tygodnika Ilustrowanego "Stolica", pp. 30

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52° 14′ 3.29″ N, 21° 0′ 34.80″ E

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