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2nd WW Polish partisan song - Rozszumiały się wierzby płaczące

Add to EJ Playlist  Rozszumiały się wierzby płaczące (The Willows Are Weeping And Rustling) piosenka partyzancka (Polish partisan song) - Jan Ciżyński & Ork. B-ci Pindrass, Melodie ca 1946 (Poland) NOTE: On 14th Feb, 2012 passed the 70th anniversary of the bith of the major Polish underground organisation during the 2nd World War: Armia Krajowa ( AK) (The Home Army). After the failed September campaign in 1939 in Warsaw a secret military organization was set up. Gen. Tokarzewski took command and gave it the name "Służba Zwycięstwu Polski" (Service for Poland's Victory). Polish emigree Government in Dec 1939 created Związek Walki Zbrojnej - (ZWZ) (Union for Armed Struggle) based on Service for Poland's Victory with the " aim of creating centers of national resistance ". Col. Stefan Rowecki was named its Commander for the area of German occupation and Gen. Tokarzewski - for the Soviet occupied area. Trying to cross the border between zones in March 1940, Gen Tokarzewski was arrested and taken deep into Russia. During the years 1939-1943, the main effort of the ZWZ was fighting the occupants on three fronts: propaganda, reconnaissance and sabotage. ZWZ was carrying out intelligence activities in occupied Poland as well as in Germany. It sent to London important informations, the most important being about the preparations for a German attack against the Soviet Union. In eastern Poland the strong Soviet political-polic e controlled occupation created difficulties that were almost impossible to overcome. Around Lvov or Vilno organizational attempts were frequently infiltrated by Soviet spies and Soviet guerilla units spent as much time fighting AK as they did the Germans. On 14th Feb, 1942 The Supreme Commander Gen. Sikorski declared changing the ZWZ into "Armia Krajowa - AK" (Home Army), with Gen. Rowecki as Commander and total number of sworn in members of the AK exceeding 300,000. It situated Armia Krajowa on first place among all resistance movements in occupied Europe, during WW2. With support of the civilian population, AK was able to develop increased activities. Secret schools, the development of secret factories of weapons, ammunition proceeded fast. Radio methods made possible air supplies from the West to Poland of weapons and trained specialists. The Intelligence Service of AK was able to monitor the German army and air force on the Eastern Front, as well as industrial centres and ports in the Reich. An important success was information about the German rockets V-1 and V-2 research in Peenemunde. In April 1942, Gen. Rowecki's order was issued to switch from sabotage to armed diversions. They consisted of destruction of railroads, blowing up bridges, warehouses and airfields, actions to free prisoners, attacks against administration and police and the guerilla operations -- e.g. on Dec 31, 1942 in the area of Zamosc, where the Germans had started a brutal removal of the Polish population in order to replace them with German farmers. The fights lasted 2 months, Germans used police and army, tanks and warplanes yet at the end of Feb, they decided to drop their colonization plans. After the Germans attacked the Soviet Union, a pro-Soviet organization was created in Poland under the name Polish Workers Party (PPR) with its military arm: the Peoples Army (AL). The Soviets behaved in a hostile manner towards the Home Army: after capturing an area they killed or transported the captives to camps in Russia. The Soviets decided to destroy AK because they represented the desire of the Polish people for independence. On August 1, 1944 the Warsaw Uprising started. However, immediately after fighting started in Warsaw, the Soviets halted their offensive and idly watched the insurgents' battle and the destruction of the city gy the Germans. Also, the Western Allies' aid by air was obstructed by Stalin's refusal to allow Western planes land in area already controlled by the Soviets. That hostile act of the Soviets against Polish nation desperately struggling the nazis, resulted in a total destruction of Warsaw and death of more than 300 000 of its inhabitants. After the fall of Uprising, in Jan 1945 Gen. Okulicki issued an order closing down the Home Army. He and his corp were invited to a meeting with Soviet authorities during which they were transported to Moscow and imprisoned. The martirology ot the AK members lasted until so-called "detente" of the Stalinist regime, in 1956. Tens thousands in the dummy trails were sentenced to death or years of imprisonment, others joined Gulag Archipelago in Russia. Armia Krajowa was oficially accused as the "nazis' ally" and walls of Polish cities were covered by posters "Armia Krajowa -- a spit soaken dwarf of reaction" . Let this little movie be my tribute to Armia Krajowa and all its heroes.

Szwoleżerowie- Chór Dana~ Powstanie Warszawskie~ Warsaw Uprising 1 August 1944

Add to EJ Playlist  The Warsaw Uprising (Polish: powstanie warszawskie) was a major World War II operation by the Polish resistance Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa), to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany, ahead of the Red Army's advance. The rebellion coincided with the retreat of German forces and the Red Army's approaching the eastern suburbs of the city.[9] Controversially , the Soviet advance stopped short, while Polish resistance against the German forces continued for 63 days with little outside support. The uprising began on 1 August 1944, as part of a nationwide rebellion, Operation Tempest, when the Soviet Army approached Warsaw. The main Polish objectives were to drive the German occupiers from the city and help with the larger fight against Germany and the Axis powers. Secondary political objectives were to liberate Warsaw before the Soviets, so as to underscore Polish sovereignty by empowering the Polish Underground State before the Soviet-backed Polish Committee of National Liberation could assume control. Also, short-term causes included the threat of a German round-up of able-bodied Poles, and Moscow radio calling for the Uprising to begin. Initially, the Poles seized substantial areas of the city, but the Soviets did not advance beyond the city's borders until mid-September. Inside the city, bitter fighting between the Germans and Poles continued. By 16 September, Polish forces under Soviet high command reached a point a few hundred meters from the Polish positions, across the Vistula River, but they made no further headway during the Uprising, leading to allegations that the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin could not advance because the Red Army had been exhausted from the previous campaign. Winston Churchill pleaded with Stalin and Franklin D. Roosevelt to help Britain's Polish allies, to no avail. Then, without Soviet air clearance, Churchill sent over 200 low-level supply drops by the Royal Air Force, the South African Air Force and the Polish Air Force under British High Command. Later, after gaining Soviet air clearance, the USAAF sent one high-level mass airdrop as part of Operation Frantic. Although the exact number of casualties remains unknown, it is estimated that about 16,000 members of the Polish resistance were killed and about 6,000 badly wounded. In addition, between 150,000 and 200,000 civilians died, mostly from mass murders conducted by troops fighting on the German side. German casualties totaled over 8,000 soldiers killed and missing, and 9,000 wounded. During the urban combat approximately 25% of Warsaw's buildings were destroyed. Following the surrender of Polish forces, German troops systematically leveled 35% of the city block by block. Together with earlier damage suffered in the invasion of Poland (1939) and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (1943), over 85% of the city was destroyed by January 1945, when the Soviets entered the city.

Chór Juranda - Płyń, Wisełko

Add to EJ Playlist  The full of longing song "Płyń Wisełko" from the Polish prewar movie "Bohaterowie Sybiru" from 1936 by revelers group Chór Juranda. lyrics (in polish :) Płyń, Wisełko, szara rzeko, Z gór wysokich płyń, Przepłyń śmiało Polskę całą, W sinym morzu zgiń, Przepłyń śmiało Polskę całą, W sinym morzu zgiń. Dzieli nas tyle ziemi, Tyle lat, cały świat. Wisło -- rzeko, tyś daleko, Nam bez ciebie źle, W mrozie, śniegu, do twych brzegów Serce nam się rwie. Płyń, Wisełko, szara rzeko, Poprzez polski kraj, Daj nam wrócić, pieśń zanucić, Szczęście w kraju daj, Daj nam wrócić, pieśń zanucić, Szczęście w kraju daj. Dzieli nas tyle ziemi, Tyle lat, cały świat. Daj nam, wodo, wrócić młodo, Zatopimy żal. W nocnej ciszy serce słyszy, Wisła płynie w dal. foto from here: Vistula: http://www.tcze /5_ultimatum_wl oczegi.htm film "Bohaterowie Sybiru": http://www.nitr /filmy/film_inf o/46/bohaterowi e-sybiru.html dex.php/22466 foto of 5th Rifle Division from : Wikipedia( Yes I know :) http://odkrywca .pl/pokaz_watek .php?id=639963 see also : http://en.wikip th_Rifle_Divisi on_(Poland) http://en.wikip istula

Patriotyczne - O mój rozmarynie.

Add to EJ Playlist  Zabytkowe nagranie z lat 30 ~~ Tekst: O mój rozmarynie, rozwijaj się O mój rozmarynie rozwijaj się Pójdę do dziewczyny, pójdę do jedynej Zapytam się. A jak mi odpowie: nie kocham cię, A jak mi odpowie nie kocham cię, Ułani werbują, strzelcy maszerują Zaciągnę się. Dadzą mi konika cisawego Dadzą mi konika cisawego I ostrą szabelkę, i ostrą szabelkę Do boku mego. Dadzą mi kabacik z wyłogami Dadzą mi kabacik z wyłogami I czarne buciki i czarne buciki Z ostrogami Dadzą mi manierkę z gorzałczyną Dadzą mi manierkę z gorzałczyną Ażebym nie tęsknił, ażebym nie tęsknił Za dziewczyną. Pójdziemy z okopów na bagnety, Pójdziemy z okopów na bagnety, Bagnet mnie ukłuje, śmierć mnie ucałuje, Ale nie ty.

"Hej, hej ułani, malowane dzieci" Piosenki z lat 1914-1918 -wyk. 1931

Add to EJ Playlist  "Hej, hej ułani, malowane dzieci" Piosenki z lat 1914-1918 Stanisław Danielewski z tow. orkiestry bałałajek, 1931

Ułani Legionów Piłsudskiego / Polish cavalry ww I

Add to EJ Playlist  "Więc pijmy wino, szwoleżerowie.. .", chór Dana, 1930 r. , z Wirtualnej Biblioteki Literatury Polskiej http://univ.gda .pl/~literat/me dia/index.htm Prezentowane pocztówki i fotografie pochodzą ze Zbioru Wincentego Łepkowskiego (zespół nr 682), przechowywanego w Archiwum Państwowym w Krakowie. Reprodukcje wykonała M. Multarzyńska-Ja nikowska. http://www.arch Co tu mamy: 0:15 Belina (wówczas jeszcze rotmistrz) 0:22 oddział sztabowy podczas bitwy w Pisarzowej ogląda swoje podobizny w "Leipziger Illustrierte Zeitung" (grudzień 1914); wg innego opisu to mają być Marcinkowice, co się wzajemnie nie wyklucza 0:48 wachm. Jan Nowiński-Ciurli k (Nowiński to pseudo) 1:08 rys. K. A. Wilke „Marsz, marsz Piłsuzki [sic!], z ziemi włoskiey do Polski" 1:15 defilada w Piotrkowie 3 maja 1915 r. 1:22 odprawa po wyżej wspomnianej defiladzie 1:29 szwadron Beliny, czyli: sam Belina, Wieniawa, Grzmot i Naimski, tylko który jest który? :-), w każdym razie zdjęcie wykonane 18 grudnia 1914 r. w Nowym Sączu, dużo nie odpoczęli, bo wyruszyli w bój jeszcze przed świętami 1:35 tu Wieniawę rozpoznać łatwo, che, che 2:03 mal. Józef Świrysz-Ryszkie wicz 2:17 rys. tenże artysta Jeśli ktoś byłby w stanie coś uzupełnić, to uprzejmie proszę.

Jeszcze Jeden Mazur Dzisiaj

Add to EJ Playlist  Jeszcze Jeden Mazur Dzisiaj Nagranie Polonijne rok wydania 1956

Już mi raz zabrali Wilno

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Ojczyzna Polska Pytasz mnie

Add to EJ Playlist  w wielu mediach wielu ludzi szkaluje i oczernia polaków to taka poprawność polityczna ale czy tam powinno być.Polska to nasza ojczyzna i szanujmy ja jak matke nawet gdy jestesmy na koncu swiata. W programie telewizyjnym „Must be the music" emitowanym w stacji Polsat, pochodzący z Sanoka Piotr Wolwowicz wystąpił z utworem Rosiewicza „Pytasz mnie". Dzięki głębokiej barwie swego głosu niemal natychmiast zdobył uznanie publiczności, która nagrodziła go kilkukrotnym, głośnym aplauzem. Niestety jury w składzie: Sztaba, Zapendowska, Kora i Łozowski uznało, że „bogojczyźniana retoryka i patriotyzm to coś strasznego",odw ołując się również do swoich autorytetów, stwierdziło, by młody piosenkarz „nie szedł tą drogą". Wolwowicz, nie przejęty lewackim lamentem płynącym z ust jurorów, stwierdził, że nie żałuje zaśpiewania piosenki Rosiewicza

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