The European Resistance Movement provides us with one of the more engaging and captivating stories of the Second World War, and the Polish Resistance Movement has a central place in that story. Yet, the history and the struggles of the Polish Resistance are not well known. Few people are aware, therefore, of the Polish Underground’s reports about the German extermination of Jews and about German preparations for the invasion of the Soviet Union; the penetration of the German rocket center at Peenemunde by Polish agents, or the fact that Poles delivered into Allied hands the plans and actual parts of German V-2 rocket engines.
Nowak, Chester M.
The Polish Resistance Movement in Second World War.
Bridgewater Review, 4(1), 4-7.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/br_rev/vol4/iss1/6