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Battle of Warsaw 1920 "miracl at the vistula"
This is the battle of Warsaw in 1920, other wise known as the "Miracle at the Vistula". It was in the Polish-Soviet war of 1919-1921. The poles after one year of independence was caught in a war aganst the soviets, they hade some early victories but then the soviets hade a major offence and betted the polish army way back. at 1920 about of 2/3 of poland was invaded and the soviet army was waiting right next to warsaw the capital. Everyone thought that poland was arady gone. They thought that the russian leaders would be at warsaw eating chocolates and that only a mirical could save poland, and that mirical happened. The poles worked all day trying to slow the russian advance, the outnumbered polish army hade know a more far ratio on troops since many volenteers joined since they didn't want poland to be in invaded two years after it's independence. Polish generals hade thought about stragigy for a long time, and set the russian forses in a trap! This shocked not only every russian and polish person but almost every one in europe. It was such a victory that many russian troops fled to prussia. There were also many smaller sub battles in wich only the polish moral gave the polish victory. It was the turning point of the war. After so poland was in the offensive, and the war ended with a treaty. Lator found out that the soviets were going to invade europe (they already invaded several small contrys in 1918) and that Poland saved europe from invasion. Many thought Europe could be invaded my the soviets, and poland a one year old contry that was out numbered over 3 tomes in their army saved europe, Because of this battle that many don't know of. Hope you like it :)
About this creation

Here's a Polihs soldier preparing to throw an gernade.

The kneeling and the Czech Hedgehog design came from my awsome friend Tom R. !

The top view. and do you guys like my blanket? :D

Here's a side overall view.

The poles charging!

The poles point of view.

A crater form the last gernade thrown.

Here's another view of the Polish soldied throwing teh gerade.

A russian soldier getting hit from an gernade explosian.

A polish soldier charging

A polish officer with it's saber and pistol


Hope you like it, This is another first on mocpages! please rate and comment!



Comments

  September 6, 2013
Yeah, I do like your blanket! I do have one question though , why do you call the officer an "it" is he an ET?
  December 26, 2010
Little and great!
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  December 13, 2009
cool i like it a lot. o and thanks for the comment on my planes.
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  November 28, 2009
battles like this need to be remembered ad i like how you are willing the learn and educate with lego! i love that grenade very creative!
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  October 25, 2009
Nice job Kevin I like the clay made helmets and the anti tank blocks.Check out my WWII comic if you get a chance~Noah~;)
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  October 10, 2009
Quoting Nate 000 Cool! The pics could be better but its pretty nice!
thanks, and I'm always working on getting my pics better. :)
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  October 10, 2009
Cool! The pics could be better but its pretty nice!
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  October 10, 2009
Quoting Tomash Viontzek Sorry, excellent, not excllent.
ha, everyone makes spelling mistakes (exept heber) :)
  October 10, 2009
Sorry, excellent, not excllent.
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  October 10, 2009
Awesome creation!!! Two things why I like it- I'm Pole and I like history. Excllent!!! :D
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  October 9, 2009
Quoting Off The Hook Productions Cody and I aare ready to be judged please. Thanks
ok, I don't know if I have time to do it now, but I garente that I will judge it today!!!
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  October 9, 2009
Cody and I aare ready to be judged please. Thanks
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  October 7, 2009
Quoting Kriss Olympis A sweet vig! I just wish you went into a bit more detail about "The Miracle" instead of just "well the miracle happened". You also mispelled several things, it sounds really nerdish, but its annoying! =)
thanks for the tip, I'll edit that :)
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  October 5, 2009
A sweet vig! I just wish you went into a bit more detail about "The Miracle" instead of just "well the miracle happened". You also mispelled several things, it sounds really nerdish, but its annoying! =)
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  September 30, 2009
Quoting Malicious Disease Justtoo help out, that "X thing" is called a Czech Hedgehog.
thanks! :)
  September 30, 2009
Justtoo help out, that "X thing" is called a Czech Hedgehog.
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  September 29, 2009
This is nice but I think captain Kell has got you on this one. He gets my vote. Good job
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  September 27, 2009
Quoting C J this is cool i like the troops
Thanks pal!
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  September 27, 2009
this is cool i like the troops
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  September 27, 2009
Quoting Heber . Awesome job here. Love the detail, but the ONLY thing I suggest working on is your spelling. Other than that, great job.
I need to work on that! when I type fast so I get lot's of errors, but I'll work in it and I do love to make lot's of details!Thanks! :)
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  September 27, 2009
Quoting Tom R. Nice work Kevin, A great Bravado of history. Though I would dis agree with some of the points in that.
Thanks, most of the thing I wrote are from resurch but I understand :)
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  September 27, 2009
Awesome job here. Love the detail, but the ONLY thing I suggest working on is your spelling. Other than that, great job.
 
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