Polish War Cemetery

Polish War Cemetery in Bologna-San Lazzaro di Savena Polish 2nd Corps and the liberation of Emilia Romagna. The history of the Polish 2nd Corps is closely connected with formation of the Polish Armed Forces in the Soviet Union commanded by Major-General Wladyslaw Anders. This military unit was created after Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union, and the Polish Government in exile based in London led by Commander-in-Chief Wladyslaw Sikorski signed a military agreement with Moscow in August 1941. The Polish Army in the Soviet Union consisted of Polish citizens from Soviet prisoner of war compounds and labour camps where they were sent to after being captured, imprisoned or deported by Stalin when Germany and the Soviet Union divided Poland in September 1939.

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