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ARMIA KRAJOWA (AK) [POLISH HOME ARMY]; Aleksander KAMINSKI (1903 - 1978), editor.

Verlag: Warsaw: February 10, . (1944)

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Beschreibung: Warsaw: February 10, ., 1944. 8°, 8 pp., unbound as originally published (Very Good, slightly age-toned). UNDERGROUND PRINTING POLAND - WWII: A rare Polish underground newspaper was published during the WWII by an underground press in Warsaw. Biuletyn Informacyjny was a Polish underground newspaper, edited by Aleksander Kami?ski, an author, intellectual and activist. It included war news from Poland and from the rest of the world. The readers were encouraged to pass the newspaper forward. Between 1939 and 1944 it was published in Warsaw as a weekly (during the Warsaw Uprising as a daily), and between 1944 and 1945 in Krakow. All the editions of the newspaper are rare today and we could only find some separate copies in various Polish institutions. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 67572

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ARMIA KRAJOWA (AK) [POLISH HOME ARMY]; Jan STEPIEN (1910 - 1995) and Jan DOBRACZYNSKI, Editors.

Verlag: Warsaw (Mokotów District): Biuro Informacji-Propagandy Obwodu v Armii Krajowej [Bureau of Information and Propaganda of the Home Army], various dates from August 25 to September 21, . (1944)

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Beschreibung: Warsaw (Mokotów District): Biuro Informacji-Propagandy Obwodu v Armii Krajowej [Bureau of Information and Propaganda of the Home Army], various dates from August 25 to September 21, ., 1944. Each 4° (30 x 21 cm / 12 x 8.5 inches): each 2pp. off-set print on a single sheet, paper of various colours (Very Good, old folds and some points of toning, save for Nos. 25, 28, 35 and 44, which are fair, variously having some tears and toning along old folds, with minor points of loss). WARSAW UPRISING UNDERGROUND PRINTING WWII: Presented here is a set of 20 issues of the Komunikat Informacyjny, a double-sided broadside bulletin that was intended to quickly deliver news to front line solders. It was produced in a total of 49 daily issues by the Armia Krajowa in the Mokotów District of central Warsaw. As all individual issues of such an ephemeral publication are very rare, it is highly unusual to be able to find such a large assemblage. The Warsaw Uprising: A Brief History The Warsaw Uprising (August 1 to October 2, 1944), represented both the climax and the downfall of the independent resistance to the Nazi occupation of Poland during World War II. The war commenced with Germany s invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, followed a little over a fortnight later, by the Soviet invasion of the county, from the east. Poland was totally overwhelmed with all its conventional military resistance quickly crushed. Pursuant to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (August 23, 1939), Germany annexed western and central Poland, while the USSR absorbed the Kresy Wschodnie, or eastern parts of the country. Immediately in the wake of the invasions, Polish resistance movements were formed, with the objective of opposing the occupation through acts of guerrilla warfare. The most prominent resistance movement, commanding the support of the mainstream elements of Polish society, backed the Polish Underground State (Polskie Pa?stwo Podziemne), which by the summer of 1940 had set up a government-in-exile in London. Within Poland, the Underground State was represented by its military wing, the Zwi?zek Walki Zbrojnej (Union of Armed Struggle). In June 1941, Nazi Germany turned on the USSR, quickly overrunning the rest of Poland, on its way to invading Russia. This placed the entire country under Nazi occupation, and subject to its devious Generalplan Ost, its design to eliminate Polish society and to resettle the territory with ethnic Germans. Poland was subjected to an occupation of imaginable brutality directed towards its civilian population. The Nazis would kill almost one-fifth of the Polish people, including almost its entire Jewish community. SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR A LONGER DESCRIPTION. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 67564

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ARMIA KRAJOWA (AK) [POLISH HOME ARMY]; Zbigniew BEYER, pseud. "Maj. Zenon", Author; Jan STEPIEN (1910 - 1995), Editor.

Verlag: Warsaw (Mokotow District): Komenda Placu Odcinka Mokotow / Referat Informacji Propagandy / Warszawa-Mokotow [The Odcinka Mokotów Square Command / Bureau of Information and Propaganda / Warszawa-Mokotow], August 8, . (1944)

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Beschreibung: Warsaw (Mokotow District): Komenda Placu Odcinka Mokotow / Referat Informacji Propagandy / Warszawa-Mokotow [The Odcinka Mokotów Square Command / Bureau of Information and Propaganda / Warszawa-Mokotow], August 8, ., 1944. Broadside 4° (31 x 21.5 cm / 12 x 8.5 inches). WARSAW UPRISING UNDERGROUND PRINTING WWII: This is a very rare, single issue bulletin, issued by the Armia Krajowa to its fighters in the Mokotów District of central Warsaw. We can trace another example at the Archiwum Akt Nowych (Warsaw). The Warsaw Uprising: A Brief History - The Warsaw Uprising (August 1 to October 2, 1944), represented both the climax and the downfall of the independent resistance to the Nazi occupation of Poland during World War II. The war commenced with Germany s invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, followed a little over a fortnight later, by the Soviet invasion of the county, from the east. Poland was totally overwhelmed with all its conventional military resistance quickly crushed. Pursuant to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (August 23, 1939), Germany annexed western and central Poland, while the USSR absorbed the Kresy Wschodnie, or eastern parts of the country. Immediately in the wake of the invasions, Polish resistance movements were formed, with the objective of opposing the occupation through acts of guerrilla warfare. The most prominent resistance movement, commanding the support of the mainstream elements of Polish society, backed the Polish Underground State (Polskie Pa?stwo Podziemne), which by the summer of 1940 had set up a government-in-exile in London. Within Poland, the Underground State was represented by its military wing, the Zwi?zek Walki Zbrojnej (Union of Armed Struggle). . SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR A LONGER DESCROPTION. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 67565

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Edmund BURKE (1912 - 1999) - Mieczys?aw JURGIELEWICZ (1900 - 1983) - IV Wydzia?u Prasowo-Wydawniczego Biura Informacji i Propagandy AK [4th Press and Publishing Division of Armia Krajowa Bureau of Information and Propaganda].

Verlag: Offset Lithograph (Very Good) 34,5 x 24,5 cm (13.6 x 9.7 inches).

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Beschreibung: Offset Lithograph (Very Good) 34,5 x 24,5 cm (13.6 x 9.7 inches). [Warsaw: Tajne Wojskowe Zak?ady Wydawnicze przy ulicy Chmielnej [Secret Military Publishers on Chmielna Street] beginning of August 1944]. or short after WWII A rare smaller version of a famous Polish WWII resistance poster was made in the summer in 1944 in Warsaw, in the first days of the Warsaw Uprising, and by a secret military publishing house. Original from the war, or printed shortly after WWII. The poster showcasing a young man with with a gun and a flag was printed at the beginning of the August in Warsaw during WWII by the Home Army, a resistance movement. It was issued in the first days of the Warsaw Uprising to mobilize people to join the resistance and fight against the German ocupator. Beside the more famous large version (100 x 70 cm), which was mounted on walls of Warsaw streets, probably also a smaller version, this one, was produced, which was distributed per hand. We habve encountered similar cases in the propaganda printing of WWII. The survival rate of such flyers would be very small. This version of the poster differs from the large one in details of the lines, which were adjusted to the smaller format. This small version does not seem to be recorded, although the paper and thick off-set printig suggest 1940s. It is possible the flyer was made shortly after WWII as a souvenir. Under the later Soviet rule such underground flyiers, calling people to uprising, woud be surpressed. Much later reproductions of this smaller version are known, but the quality of printing and paper differs from this one. The poster was designed by Edmund Burke and Mieczys?aw Jurgielewicz, members of the the Bureau of Information and Propaganda of the Polish resistance. Edmund Burke (1912 - 1999) was born in Warsaw, where in the 1930 he studied at the School of Decorative Arts and Painting, and between 1935 and 1939 at the Academy of Fine Arts. During WWII he joined the Polish resistance in Warsaw and worked for the Bureau of Information and Propaganda of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa). Burke participated in the Warsaw Uprising between August, 1st, and October 2nd, and the Operation N, an organised series of sabotage, subversion and black-propaganda activities against Nazi German occupation forces. After the war Edmund Burke worked as a painter and designer. Mieczys?aw Jurgielewicz (1900 - 1983) studied art in Vilnius and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he became lecturer in 1936. During WWII he joined the resistance. After Warsaw Uprising he was imprisoned by the Germans. Polish Underground Printing during the Warsaw Uprising - Throughout the war, the Polish resistance issued thousands of different prints from clandestine workshops within Poland. This genre of prints is known as the prasa konspiracyjna ii wojna ?wiatowa (Polish Underground Press of World War II). Most of these titles were of an ephemeral nature, hastily printed, and are today very rare. Many issues were printed by homemade , improvised methods, such a mimeography, while some titles were issued by modern, professional presses. SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRIPTION. Bestandsnummer des Verkäufers 65966

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