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A monument on the site of september 1944 battle, where Polish left wing partisans accompanied by Russian partisans (1500 men alltogether) won against four times bigger German troops, mainly from auxiliary units, supported by German police.
The small Battle of Gruszka monument stands just outside the village (Gruszka literally: pear), at the place, where in end of september 1944 polish People Army and russian partisans succesfully fought for two days against german police and army auxiliary units. It used to be...More