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A girl holding her dog, 8 Żelazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939Polish family huddling before the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
A girl holding her dog, 8 Żelazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939Polish family huddling before the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Boy with caged canary in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939, photo 1 of 2Boy with caged canary in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939, photo 2 of 2
Boy with caged canary in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939, photo 1 of 2Boy with caged canary in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939, photo 2 of 2
Polish volunteer policemen watching German aircraft in the sky, Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939A young boy sitting next to his dead mother, recently killed by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street in Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939
Polish volunteer policemen watching German aircraft in the sky, Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939A young boy sitting next to his dead mother, recently killed by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street in Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939
Ten-year-old Polish girl Kazimiera Mika mourning the death of her sister, caused by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street, Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939, photo 1 of 3Ten-year-old Polish girl Kazimiera Mika mourning the death of her sister, caused by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street, Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939, photo 2 of 3
Ten-year-old Polish girl Kazimiera Mika mourning the death of her sister, caused by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street, Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939, photo 1 of 3Ten-year-old Polish girl Kazimiera Mika mourning the death of her sister, caused by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street, Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939, photo 2 of 3
Ten-year-old Polish girl Kazimiera Mika mourning the death of her sister, caused by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street, Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939, photo 3 of 3Albert Turowski (boy) and his family outside of their bombed out home, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Ten-year-old Polish girl Kazimiera Mika mourning the death of her sister, caused by strafing German aircraft, near Jana Ostroroga Street, Warsaw, Poland, 13 Sep 1939, photo 3 of 3Albert Turowski (boy) and his family outside of their bombed out home, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Bomb damaged Brodno Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Civilians digging anti-tank trenches, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Bomb damaged Brodno Cemetery, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Civilians digging anti-tank trenches, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Damaged operating room, Catholic Hospital of the Transfiguration, Praga, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Female victim of German aerial bombing, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Damaged operating room, Catholic Hospital of the Transfiguration, Praga, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Female victim of German aerial bombing, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
German aircraft in flight over Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Interior of the damaged Catholic Hospital of the Transfiguration, Praga District, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
German aircraft in flight over Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Interior of the damaged Catholic Hospital of the Transfiguration, Praga District, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Józefa Drzewowska praying, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Makeshift maternity ward, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Józefa Drzewowska praying, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Makeshift maternity ward, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Mothers in a makeshift maternity ward, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Mrs. Jaworska holding a few possessions she recovered out of her bombed out home, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Mothers in a makeshift maternity ward, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Mrs. Jaworska holding a few possessions she recovered out of her bombed out home, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939

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