Poland - WWII Battle in Suchedniow painting oil on canvas - 1944

Description
Poland - WWII Battle in Suchedniow painting oil on canvas - 1944
Original - Good condition

Unique huge original WWII battle painting oil on canvas in frame signed:"Suchedniow 23.VI.1944"on back side is also in polish:painted by "Uminski",title of painting "Attack on railway station Suchedniow",inscription:Godło "Cholewa"which means Emblem"Cholewa".

The painting is presenting real battle of Polish Home Army with Wehrmacht soldiers in Suchedniow in Poland on 23th June 1944.

Painting size with frame:73x98cm

Antoni Heda's"partisan"unit with strength three platoons took over town Suchedniow on 23.06.1944,issued insurance,prepared appropriate forces to block movement Germans.In nearby villages Mostki,Kleszczyny,20 carts and people were supposed to unload ammunition.Purpose of action was to stop the ammunition train announced by intelligence service at station.Unfortunately,train was delayed by more than two hours.Instead,another train stopped at station,from which German sub-unit unloaded.There was clash, after that polsih partisans withdraw.Germans not far from the train station, on 6thJuly1944,murdered 30 prisoners brought from prison in Kielce.

Lot details
Type
WWII Battle in Suchedniow painting oil on canvas
Country of Origin
Poland
Year of Manufacture
1944
Original/ Replica
Original
Condition
Good condition
Dimensions
73×5×98 cm
Comes with certificate of authenticity
No
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