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|The 2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash occurred on 10 April 2010, when a Tupolev Tu-154M aircraft of the Polish Air Force crashed near the city of Smolensk, Russia, killing all 96 people on board. These included the Polish president Lech Kaczyński and his wife, the chief of the Polish General Staff and other senior Polish military officers, the president of the National Bank of Poland, Pol...||08/08/2010||2,343|
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The first prototype Su-17, redesigned from Su-7B, flew on August 2, 1966. Entered production in 1970. The Su-17 was a large step in the development of the Su-7 to a more useful attack aircraft. The most important change was the introduction of swivelling outer wing panels, improving take-off and landing performance, and thus allowing a larger we...
|On the Polish war cemetery of Wroclaw are 603 burials from the Second World War. |
There are Polish soldiers and insurgents of the Warsaw uprising buried. The grave of admiral Stefan Frankowski can also be found among the graves.
Stefan Frankowski (1887-1940) was a Polish commodore, posthumously promoted to count...
|Ex 3951 Polish Air Force ||10/01/2007||285|
|On the Central Cemetery of Szcecin are the graves of soldiers who perished in World War 2. Among them are 3.012 soviet soldiers, 20 soviet citizens and 367 Polish soldiers.|
There are also 33 Belgian and 6 Polish POW's buried on an other part of the cemetery.
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It's preserved near the Klub Garnizonowy (garrison club) in top condition.
This ex-polish Air Force MiG-21 stands on poles at the local Mercedes dealer.
|These type of reinforced Polish trenches can be found in great numbers along the east coast of Hel peninsula||09/12/2009||241|
|This collection show where Polish rulers (kings, princes, presidents, prime ministers)are buried.||07/05/2008||520|
|The Marine Museum of Gdynia is focused on the history of the Polish navy history.|
The museum contains a huge collection (20.000 pieces) of weapons used by the Polish navy.
Show-piece is currently the ORP Blyskawica, a Polish destroyer used in the Second World War
Address:ul. Zawszy Czarnego 1a, 81-374, Gdynia
For the current visitor information, pleas...
|This is the tallest mountain in mainland Australia and named after a Polish General. Aussies generally call it Cossie-os-ko much to the disdain of the Polish.|
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|Polish War Cemetery with 650 graves.|