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English: WarsawUprising: Soldiers from Kolegium "A" of Kedyw on Stawki Street in Wola district.
Polski: Powstanie Warszawskie: Grupa żołnierzy Kolegium "A" Kedywu OW AK na Stawkach na Woli. Stoją od lewej: Włodzimierz Denkowski "Kostek" (z Thompsonem), Lech Zubrzycki "Lech", Czesław Kraśniewski "Kryst" (klęczy), Jan Bagiński "Socha", Zygmunt Siennicki "Bor" (z Bergmannem MP35).
Date ~ 1944-08-11
  • Tadeusz Sumiński , ed. (1959) "Pamiętniki żołnierzy baonu "Zośka". Powstanie Warszawskie", Warsaw: Nasza Księgarnia no ISBN
  • Stanisław Kopf (1984) Dni Powstania, Kronika Fotograficzna Walczącej Warszawy, Warsaw: PAX, pp. 77 no ISBN


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