Polish fighter resistance Roman Marchel

Roman Marchel


Polish fighter resistance Roman Marchel with a German submachine gun MG 40 during the Warsaw Uprising.

Corporal Roman Marchel, pseudonym Rom, was part of the resistance group that fought on the territory of the printing house of securities (Polska Wytwórnia Papierów Wartościowych). Quilted trousers – from the captured German military warehouse, which was located in the building of the former school number 3.

Roman Marhel survived the uprising (which is surprising, because the Germans were very cruel to the insurgents), died in 1984.

 

 

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Date: 1944

In : 1944

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