The overwhelming majority of the Warsaw Uprising memoirs have been written in Polish; only a handful of them were ever translated into English. One way of commemorating the Uprising's 60th anniversary is to translate participants' stories into English thus making them available to a much wider audience.
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Warsaw Uprising diary of the 13-year girl Barbara Kaczynska-Januszkiewicz was 13 when the Uprising broke out. Her Mokotow district house was converted into a field kitchen serving the soldiers from 'Baltyk' battalion. The diary covers period from August 22 to October 4, 1944.
Through 'Kris' Braun camera Sylwester 'Kris' Braun has been one of a handful Home Army military field reporters photographing the Warsaw Uprising. The following are his commentaries to some pictures he was taking. Seeselected 'Kris' Braun photographs