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English: Grave of insurgents from battalion "Chrobry I" killed on August 31th, 1944 in wing of Simons' department store at Wyjazd street
Polski: Grób żołnierzy z Batalionu Chrobry I poległych 31.08.1944 w skrzydle Pasażu Simonsa przy ul. Wyjazd
Date early 1945
Source Lesław M. Bartelski; Tadeusz Bukowski (1980) Warszawa w Dniach Powstania 1944, Warsaw: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza, pp. 239 no ISBN
Author Tadeusz Bukowski
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