I agree with Sir Lurk: "the real heroes took a stand in Warsaw," but not only Warsaw. The Poles really never stopped fighting. The "Polskie Panstwo Podziemne," the Polish Underground State, kept about 400,000 German troops tied down throughout the war, and at great cost. Proportionate to population, Poland lost more people than any other country in WWII.
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