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English: WarsawUprising: Soldiers of tank platoon "Wacek" of "Zośka" Battalion on a German Panther tank around Okopowa Street. Sitting from the left: Zdzisław Moszczeński "Ryk" [2] (according to source „Ryk” is standing first from left facing the tank), unknown, Jan Uniewski „Lumeński" [2] („Łuniewski” according to source ), Mieczysław Kijewski "Jordan", Jan Myszkowski Bagiński "Bajan" and Jan Zenka "Walek".
Polski: Powstanie Warszawskie: Żołnierze plutonu pancernego "Wacek" batalionu "Zośka" na zdobytym niemieckim czołgu typu " Pantera" w okolicach ulicy Okopowej. O lewej siedzą: ppor. Zdzisław Moszczeński "Ryk"[2] (Wedle „Ryk” stoi tyłem pierwszy z lewej), NN, Jan Uniewski „Lumeński" [2] („Łuniewski” ), plut.pchor. Mieczysław Kijewski "Jordan", sierżant pchor. Jan Myszkowski Bagiński "Bajan", kapral Jan Zenka "Walek".
Date ~ 1944-08-02
  1. Tadeusz Sumiński (1959) "Pamiętniki żołnierzy baonu "Zośka". Powstanie Warszawskie", Warsaw: Nasza Księgarnia no ISBN
  2. Anna Borkiewicz-Celinska (1990) Batalion "Zoska"., Warsaw: Panstwowy Instytut Wydawniczy ISBN 978-8306018516


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