Mały Powstaniec (the "Little Insurrectionist") is a statue in commemoration of the child soldiers who fought and died during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. It is located on Podwale Street, Warsaw, Poland, next to the ramparts of Warsaw's Old Town.
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Significant but small in size statue to honor the underage participants of Warsaw uprising. However, the statue itself is AN artistic vision, non adults where forbidden to carry a gun and mostly teenagers were allowed to participate as Runners, postmans, and scouts.
A piece of Polish history - the monument to a child fighting for the independence of the nation.
Monument remembering Kids fighting against Germans in Warsaw uprising. Helmet is so much too big...
Polish people keep the memories of national heroes and deeply respect their history. This is one of the greatest examples, with it's Warsaw Uprising's background (August 1st 1944 - October 2nd 1944). Must see!
Well...it’s a little statue
It is a small monument. Easy to find.