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Warsaw, Poland. Soldiers drill at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Old Town. : Stock Photo
The soldiers practice for a military ceremony marking the anniversary of Warsaw's ill-fated uprising against German occupation in 1944.

Warsaw, Poland. Soldiers drill at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Old Town.

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The soldiers practice for a military ceremony marking the anniversary of Warsaw's ill-fated uprising against German occupation in 1944.
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73926828
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James L. Stanfield
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National Geographic
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