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A full-scale uprising began on 1st of August, 1944 and was extinguished on October 20th that same year.

Aside from the huge number of casualties and a German campaign in which estimated 200,000 civilians died, the event is remembered for the lack of support given by Soviet troops on the outskirts of the city.

The Jewish resistance suffered the additional disadvantage of fighting on both ends: not only against the Germans, but also against the locals.

Wild gangs roamed the countryside, vowing to kill any Jews they found.

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Club Mirage, Club Capitol, Enklawa, Dekada, De Lite Club, Fabryka Trzciny and Klub Kaermel are the best nightclubs in Warsaw and it is hard to leave home from those clubs without a female companion. Unfortunately it's quite common for (lonely) tourist men to be approached by a couple of good-looking girls who will flirt with you like crazy on the streets of Warsaw. The girls will ask you to come to a local bar with them where the drinks begin to flow and the flirting gets more intense.

This is cited as the main historical reason for the failure of the insurrection.

The lack of equipment forced the resistance to produce their own, in clandestine conditions, while the country was governed by the Germans.

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Some took to the woods, and were among the founders of the "partisan" movements, guerrillas who fought against the Germans from the woods.

At the height of its power, in 1944, it was estimated that the Home Army had more than 400,000 members, but many of them weren’t properly armed.

The escalation of the conflict came in 1944 when the Soviets were at the gates of Warsaw.

The invasion of Poland on September 1st, 1939 marked the beginning of the Second World War.

Polish people had a long history of occupation and had only formed their Republic shortly after WWI.