The Battle of Warsaw, also called “the Miracle on the Vistula”, was the decisive battle which took place from the 13th to the 25th of September 1920, between the units of the Soviet Red Army and the units of the Polish Army grouped around the Vistula river. The National Bank of Poland commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Warsaw in 1920 with a collector’s banknote.
The article by Dr. Dagmara Chylińska will analyse in general terms the potential of battlefields for tourism, but also in material and symbolic terms how to present and adapt them as particularly “sensitive” symbols of heritage, a problem which any adaptation to tourism would need to solve, not to mention the technical problems also involved. […]
With every single battle infographic, we will create 3D VR models of participants of individual battles. The models are published on the sketchfab.com platform and have been appreciated by thousands of users. Westerplatte models are among the top ten best projects in the world in sketchfab’s Cultural and Historical Heritage section in 2020. You can […]
Today we will publish the second in a series of 24 infographics about important battles together with a Sketchfab silhouette of a Polish pilot or, more precisely, b a woman-pilot – Janina Lewandowska, who was the only woman, a Polish Army soldier, to be murdered by the Soviets in Katyn. The Battle of Kock was […]