Warsaw Rising, 9/2/1944, hospital at Długa 7 Street in Old Town

A story about September 2, 1944 in the insurgent hospital at Długa 7, in the Old Town, after leaving it through the sewers by the Home Army units. The SS auxiliary units carry out the pacification by taking out healthy civilians and shooting the wounded in the hospital.  Field nurses Barbara Gancarczyk-Piotrowska and Janina Jasiak-Gruszczyńka stay in the Old Town to save their wounded colleagues and other wounded from executions.

On the cover bellow: Meeting after the war with the treated wounded insurgent sent by the nurses to the safety during the evacuation from the hospital (He was originally rejected due high fever)