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English: Assault on the Russian Embassy in Warsaw.
Polski: Szturm na ambasadę rosyjską w Warszawie.
Date 1794
Medium ink on paper
English: The Russian Embassy, housed in the so-called Młodziejowski Palace, was besieged by the Polish units and Warsaw citizens led by Jan Kiliński on April 18, 1794.
Source/Photographer Leonard Ratajczyk, Jerzy Teodorczyk (1987). Wojsko powstania kościuszkowskiego w oczach współczesnych malarzy, Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej. ISBN 83-11070-90-3
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