Subject tag: Poland

Medieval battle live event (20 photos) – part 2

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Battle of Grunwald 1410 / 2011 and the medieval fair

We are proud to present you the second part of an unpublished before editorial series. Photos taken during the 601th anniversary of the medieval Battle of Grunwald. This festival / reenactment took place on 16 July 2011 in Poland.
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Knights on horses
King Wladyslaw Jagiello after the battle

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Live medieval battle – Grunwald 2011 part 1 – 20 photos

Grunwald Battle 1410 / 2011, medieval fair and tournaments

On 14.07.2012 the 602th anniversary celebrations will take place.
This is the other part of unpublished before, editorial photos from the 601th anniversary of the Battle of Grunwald 1410. The current reenactment took place in Poland on 16 July 2011.

In the celebration took part about 4000 reenactors, 1200 knights and 20 thousands of spectators.

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This are the real Knights armors, not plastic and paper
Teutons – Knights and soldiers marching to the battlefield

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Battle of Grunwald – 2010 medieval re-enactment photos, part I

On 16 July 2011 the 601th anniversary celebrations will take place. Until then watch the first part of unpublished, editorial photos from the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Grunwald 1410. Living history re-enactment took place in Poland on July 2010.About 6000 reenactors, 2200 knights, near 200 thousands of spectators…

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King Wladyslaw II Jagiello with his retinue, heading to the battle field
A tiny part of the large medieval encampment

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Julien Bryan – An American in Warsaw

Editorial: The Polish capital through Julien Bryan’s lens, 1936–1974

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The multimedia exhibition consists of mostly unknown pictures, press releases, newsreels and radio recordings.

One of his most famous photos: Kazimiera Mika leaning over her sister, killed in an air raid, while digging for potatoes… outside of Warsaw, fortunately she survived September 1939

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