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English: Warsaw Uprising: Soldiers from the "Radosław Regiment" after several hours marching through sewers from Krasiński Square to Warecka Street in the Śródmieście district, early morning on September 2, 1944. The boy in helmet is Tadeusz "Maszynka" Rajszczak from the Miotła Battalion.
Polski: Powstanie Warszawskie: Żołnierze zgrupowania "Radosław" po kilku godzinnym przejściu kanałami z placu Krasińskich do ulicy Wareckiej na Śródmieście, nad ranem 2 IX 1944. Pierwszy od lewej w hełmie Tadeusz Rajszczak "Maszynka" z baonu "Miotła".
Date 2 September 1944
  • Jerzy Tomaszewski (1979) Epizody Powstania Warszawskiego, Warsaw: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza
  • Anna Świrszczyńska "Swir" (1984) Budowałam Barykadę, Kraków: Wydawnictwo Literackie, pp. s.35 ISBN 83-08-01313-9

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52° 14′ 8.30″ N, 21° 1′ 6.01″ E

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