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August 11, 2014 5:29 PM

Warsaw's lonely fight for liberty echoes today

The uprising was supposed to last just three days, until the Red Army arrived from the east. But instead of helping the insurgents, the Soviets stopped and waited for the Germans to crush the uprising and destroy the leadership of a free Poland for them.

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