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English: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising- Photo from Jürgen Stroop Report to Heinrich Himmler from May 1943. The original German caption reads: "An assault squad". SS men on the Nowolipie street of Warsaw Ghetto during the uprising. Buildings in the image from the right: Nowolipie 50a, then 52, 54 and wall of the townhouse nr. 56.
Polski: Powstanie w getcie warszawskim - Fotografia z Raportu Jürgena Stroopa do Heinricha Himmlera z maja 1943. Ulica Nowolipie: od prawej nr. 50a, potem 52, 54 i ściana kamienicy nr. 56.
Date 1943-04-19 - 1943-05-16
  • Jerzy Piorkowski (1957) Miasto Nieujarzmione, Warsaw: Iskry, pp. 58 no ISBN
  • Andrzej Jucewicz; Włodzimierz Stępiński (1968) Chwała Olimpijczykom 1939-1945, Warsaw: Wydawnictwo "Sport i Turystyka", pp. 7
  • Władysław Bartoszawski (1974) 1859 dni Warszawy, Kraków: Wydawnictwo Znak, pp. foto #54 no ISBN
  • Kazimierz Moczarski (1972-74). "Rozmowy z Katem: XV Flagi nad Gettem". Odra 3.
  • Norman Davies (2003) Rising '44. The Battle for Warsaw, London: Pan Macmillan ISBN 0-333-90568-7
  • Photograph description based on discussion at Kolejka Marecka Forum (Post # 221)
Author Unknown Stroop Report photographer


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