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    Symbolic Tribute with Sirens will honour Warsaw Uprising Heroes

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    Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, Mariusz Kamiński, instructed governors across the country to pay homage to the Warsaw Uprising Insurgents on August 1 at 5 p.m., the “W-Hour,” by sounding sirens across all regions. This symbolic tribute will honor the bravery of those who fought during the Uprising, preserving their memory 79 years after the outbreak of the valiant revolt.

    The commemoration of the 79th anniversary of the heroic Warsaw Uprising commenced with a ceremony where the President awarded state decorations to the participants of those historic events and individuals preserving the memory of the Warsaw Uprising. 

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    The meeting with the Warsaw Uprising veterans held a special significance as the nation gathered to remember their unwavering courage. The President’s act of presenting state honors to the surviving participants and memory keepers acknowledged the significance of their sacrifice in shaping Poland’s history.

    At 5 p.m. on August 1, the sirens will wail, echoing gratitude and respect for the Warsaw Uprising Insurgents. This collective tribute will resonate throughout the country, symbolizing the nation’s enduring appreciation for the heroes who fought and endured unimaginable hardships during the 63-day struggle for freedom.

    Preserving the memory of the Warsaw Uprising is crucial to understanding Poland’s past and the spirit of resistance that continues to inspire generations. By honoring the past, the present embraces the values of bravery, unity, and resilience that define the nation’s identity.

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