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With more than 180 aircraft a stunned and frightened world. and confusion. But sky respite this from the Warsaw was given some when the bombers were called German Eighth and Tenth Armies attack, under pressure of an offensive suddenly launched by the Polish Posen Army, which had been bypassed during the first week of the war. While the Stukas and He-Ills and Me- 110s were dealing with the Poles in Bzura River the fluttering down upon German envelopments heeded and won undisputed mastery over the whole all But Warsaw remained, crowded with refugees and oflScers rallied to a last-ditch encircled city became a honeycomb of trenches and improvised barricades as civilians and troops alike prepared for the German government had already to Lublin, fled internment.
Embassy of the polish people's republic) everything was quiet. pressive number once the world's history city. Here was refined, day, But never before again. had 400 planes attacked a in single the sequel to Guernica modernized, and revised according to the concept of Schrecklichkeit. Flying the Richthofen unleashed the Luftwaffe upon Warsaw. At . two or three sorties through were magnified into Richthofen's forces a massive destructive weapon. The Stukas began with their familiar shriek, un- bomb loads into the city.
Kampjgeschwader 27, named for the World War I late hero Oswald Boelcke, flew nearly five hundred miles from northern German bases for the German Wehrmacht. All roads Warsaw scheduled last stronghold and the prime target. Goring had had to cancel Operation Seaside, the full-scale attack on first really bombardment of Warsaw. " It was heavy mQ»^;-' Veteran of the Spanish Civil War and erstwhile passenger plane, the He-Ill looses bombs on Warsaw. (embassy of the polish people's republic) 1 Destruction on the Bzura River.