Warsaw Uprising, August 1st - October 3rd, 1944
Beginning of August, 1944, Śródmieście Północne. Różyczka Goździewska, the little girl who helped in the field hospital for company “Koszta” at Moniuszki 11 street.
Mid-September, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. Eugeniusz Lokajski “Brok” standing in front of a home destroyed by bombing at Moniuszki 1 street, holding a kitten. The photograph was taken with his camera.
End of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. Włodzimierz Wiśniewski “Cygan” from “Janusz” company, from the “Harnaś” battalion, standing in a doorway with a ZB vz. 26 over his shoulder.
Beginning of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. Four fighters from company “Koszta” standing at Moniuszki street. One is demonstrating his handgun and holding a cat.
August 20th, 1944. Fighters from the “Kiliński” battalion on a barricade on Zielna street watch as the PAST (Polska Akcyjna Spółka Telefoniczna) building goes up in flames.
Beginning of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. A nurse and a wounded boy at the company “Koszta” field hospital at Moniuszki street. Behind her Dr. Zbigniew Zamoyski.
Beginning of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. First graves at Moniuszki street with carefully crafted wooden crosses; next to them stand broken-down cars.
Beginning of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. Fighters run to cross Sienkiewicza street to Zgoda street, reenacting the attack on “Esplanade” cafe.
Beginning of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. Fighters from company “Koszta” reading a (probably) German flyer on Sienkiewicza street, corner of Marszałkowska. From the left: Jerzy Chyliński “Karol”, Tadeusz Suliński “Radwan”, Andrzej Główczewski “Marek”, Wacław Krupiński “Belina”, Janusz Chyliński “Janusz”.
End of August, 1944. Śródmieście Północne. Extinghuishing a fire at Zgoda 3 street; among those working are a group of boy scouts, second from left: Wojciech Ciążyński “Malec”, wearing a helmet Zbigniew Ślęzakowski “Kędziorek”.
Photographs taken by Eugeniusz Lokajski. (source)
*Please note that the end date of the Uprising is given as both October 2nd and October 3rd in various sources due to the fact that final talks and the signing of ceasefire agreements began on the night of October 2nd, and were finalized and signed in the early morning hours of October 3rd.