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Saxon Palace, ca. 1890
Saxon Palace, ca. 1890
Saxon Palace in the 18th century, view from the Saxon Garden.
Saxon Palace in the 18th century, view from the Saxon Garden.
Saxon Palace, seen from Saxon Square. Before the arcade housing the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier stands Thorvaldsen's equestrian statue of Prince Józef
Saxon Palace, seen from Saxon Square. Before the arcade housing the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier stands Thorvaldsen's equestrian statue of Prince Józef Poniatowski (after World War II, relocated to Krakowskie Przedmieście, in front of the Presidential Palace).
The Palace (middle) and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (top) before 1924, when the cathedral's demolition began
The Palace (middle) and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (top) before 1924, when the cathedral's demolition began
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Command hierarchy of Germany forces realizing Warsaw's destruction (drawing by Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski during 1945–46 Nuremberg Trials).
Command hierarchy of Germany forces realizing Warsaw's destruction (drawing by Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski during 1945–46 Nuremberg Trials).
Plan for Neue deutsche Stadt Warschau ("New German city of Warsaw")
Plan for Neue deutsche Stadt Warschau ("New German city of Warsaw")
Warsaw Uprising, August 1944
Warsaw Uprising, August 1944
Ruins of the Old Town Market Place in January 1945
Ruins of the Old Town Market Place in January 1945