Jadwiga Piłsudska-Jaraczewska (28 February 1920 – 16 November 2014) was a Polish pilot, who served in the Air Transport Auxiliary during the Second World War. Description from quazoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Jadwiga Piłsudska-Jaraczewska (28 February 1920 – 16 November 2014) was a Polish pilot, who served in the Air Transport Auxiliary during the Second World War. Description from quazoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Warsaw Uprising, October 1944: Exhausted Polish fighters emerge from their hiding places after the battle has been lost. Most of them would take the road to concentration camps. Although the exact number of casualties remains unknown, it is estimated that about 16,000 members of the Polish resistance were killed and about 6,000 badly wounded. In addition, between 150,000 and 200,000 Polish civilians died, mostly from mass executions.

Warsaw Uprising, October 1944: Exhausted Polish fighters emerge from their hiding places after the battle has been lost. Most of them would take the road to concentration camps. Although the exact number of casualties remains unknown, it is estimated that about 16,000 members of the Polish resistance were killed and about 6,000 badly wounded. In addition, between 150,000 and 200,000 Polish civilians died, mostly from mass executions.

A group of Polish women and children gather on the street during the Siege of Warsaw - the woman in the center is holding a loaf of bread

A group of Polish women and children gather on the street during the Siege of Warsaw - the woman in the center is holding a loaf of bread

Irma Grese-At age 19, she found herself a supervisor at Ravensbrück which was used as a training camp for many female SS guards, just at the time the Nazi anti-Jewish programmes were at their height in July 1942. In March 1943 she was transferred to Auschwitz. She later did a further spell at Ravensbrück and then went to Bergen-Belsen in March 1945. Irma rose to the rank of Oberaufseherin in the autumn of 1943, in day to day control of around 30,000 women prisoners, mainly Polish and Hung…

Irma Grese-At age 19, she found herself a supervisor at Ravensbrück which was used as a training camp for many female SS guards, just at the time the Nazi anti-Jewish programmes were at their height in July 1942. In March 1943 she was transferred to Auschwitz. She later did a further spell at Ravensbrück and then went to Bergen-Belsen in March 1945. Irma rose to the rank of Oberaufseherin in the autumn of 1943, in day to day control of around 30,000 women prisoners, mainly Polish and Hung…

Noblewomen Rosa Lubomirska (later Potocka), Nina Woziniakowska and Baroness Lepal in nurse uniforms in Komensky hospital. Vienna, 1914.

Noblewomen Rosa Lubomirska (later Potocka), Nina Woziniakowska and Baroness Lepal in nurse uniforms in Komensky hospital. Vienna, 1914.

British women during WWII, United Kingdom Date,1939, photographed by William Vandive

British women during WWII, United Kingdom Date,1939, photographed by William Vandive

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