[Warsaw]: Wydawnictwo Oddzialu Propagandy Gl. Zarzadu Polityczno-Wychowawczego Wojska Polskiego, 1945. First edition. Softcover. Octavo. 29pp. . Grey photo-illustrated paper wrappers with black lettering on the front cover. Published as part of the "Soldier's Library" (Biblioteczka Zolnierza) series, by the Administration for Political and Educational Affairs of the Polish Army, this work is an early account of the infamous Warsaw Uprising, comprised of text reproducing newspaper and international radio reports during the period of the uprising. The final section contains a memorial speech in honor of the martyrs of the uprising by Marshal Michal Rola-Zymierski (1890 – 1989), who was serving as the commander of the Polish armed forces, and finally a table of contents. The cover and the verso of the title page contain b/w photographic reproductions, showing images of the ruins of the destroyed original St. John's Cathedral in Warsaw.
Text throughout in Polish.
Wrappers sunned along edges, with some closed tears and chipping along the spine. Back wrapper with a a closed tear along the binding staple, a few minor stains and two retain stickers with bar codes. Interior with library ink stamp on the title page. Light age toning to the edges of pages throughout. Wrappers in good, interior in very good- condition overall. g to vg-. Item #48905
Series title: Biblioteczka Zolnierza, No.4
*There is a known variant with pink wrappers.