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“The mills kept grinding”

A passage about the remorse

Insurgents from the Kedyw’s Kolegium A on Stawki Street in the Wola district — Warsaw Uprising 1944

The fight against the occupant, the awareness of death lurking about, always and everywhere, in particular for young men just entering life, constituted a terrible mental burden that many could not cope with.

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Martin Smallridge

Martin Smallridge

Marcin Malek, also known as Martin Smallridge, Poet, writer, playwright, and publicist. Editor-in-chief of Agora24 on Medium.com. Lives and writes in Ireland

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