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POLAND: The Unconquered.

ABOVE: Commemoration of the Warsaw 1944 uprising at a football (soccer) game in 2017.  In USA this display would seem to be an advertisement for a war movie.  But, in Free Poland today, it's sustained reality of their nation's plight during WWII ... and of Poland's 50-year captivity by the Soviet Union.

BELOW: One-minute memorial which every Warsaw citizen makes each year on August 1st ... (had been forbidden during Poland's 50-year captivity).

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This short 4-minute video (below) is an excellent simulation of the B25 bombing runs to the Brenner Pass by US Air Corps in 1944.  It was produced and published by Doug Cook & Harry George Jr.  They created it by simulating the flight directly on Google Earth imagery over a USGS base map.

What makes this video so excellent is the perfect view of the Adige River Valley as described and narrated in "The War of Lions".  The natural features (mountains and stream) have not changed since 1944.  The communities, instead, have become more populated and shows the new Brenner super-highway which did not exist in 1944.  

Still, what you see in this short 4-minute video are the same communities that existed in 1944, including Volargne (re-built) and nearby Dolcé, and 'La Chiusa di Ceraino.'

No doubt that the 'bird's eye view' originally seen by the B25 pilots had to be almost the same as you'll see in this video.

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