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8 After the fall of Mokotów, Bor met with his staff and the government delegate.
Everyone agreed that the limit of endurance for the remaining soldiers and
civilians was three to five days. "Either the enemy or hunger would overwhelm us
in that ...
Bartelski, Mokotów, 229-33. 36. Ibid., 162-66. 37. Krannhals, Warschauer
Aufstand, 109; Bór, Secret Army, 238-39; Bartelski, Mokotów, 75-76. 38.
Podlewski, Przemarsz Przez Piekło, 120. 39. Krannhals, Warschauer Aufstand,
Leon, 72, 112 Mocałło, Jan, 145 Model, Field Marshal Walther, 194 Modlin. 207
Mokotów, 189, 190, 191, 202, 207, 208, 216,217 Moliere, Jean-Baptiste, 105
Mond, Gen. Bernard, 252 Monitor Informacyjny-ZPN , 1 07 Montgomery, Gen.
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The forgotten Holocaust: the Poles under German occupation, 1939-1944User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
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