Polish Independence Day

Coat of Arms of Poland 1919-1927

Today social media is full of photos from Marsz Niepodległości (Independence Day march) in Warsaw, Poland:

After the great powers utterly destroyed each other during 4 years of bloody war (WW1), on November 11, 1918, Poland regained independence.

Today we honor and celebrate those that have given their lives in the fight for Poland’s freedom. Cześć i Chwała Bohaterom!

Thanks to our Hungarian brothers for your support and friendship during Marsz Niepodległości! “Friendship Today, Alliance Tomorrow!” say their slogans.

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