Devoid of inhabitants, Warsaw turned into a ghost city, doomed to extinction. Special German troops destroyed it methodically, quarter after quarter. After they had passed, there was no one left in the silent ruins except for feral cats.
Marcin Ludwicki tells us the story of the dramatic months after the capitulation of the Warsaw Uprising, collecting accounts from those who remained in the annihilated city.
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