Polish parliamentarians from the fortress of Modlin surrender to the German command

Polish parliamentarians

Polish parliamentarians from the fortress of Modlin (Twierdza Modlin, old name – Novogeorgievsk) are handed over to the representatives of the German command.

During the Second World War Modlin Fortress, defending Warsaw, defended against the Wehrmacht troops under the command of General Victor Tomé, a former officer of the tsarist army of the Russian Empire. The fortress capitulated on September 29, 1939.



Place of the photo: Modlin, Poland
Date of the photo: September 30, 1939

In : 1939

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