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At the same time, the Warsaw Pact threat was disintegrating.How the Pentagon Strangles Its Most Advanced Stealth Warplanes|Bill Sweetman|October 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A plane crash at Smolensk in Russia four years ago wiped out the Warsaw leadership.Did Putin Blow Up the Whole Polish Government in 2010? A Second Look.|Will Cathcart|April 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Suggest Warsaw, Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn keep an eye out for masked men with guns wearing camouflage and no military insignia.Up to a Point: The U.S. Government’s Minimum Wage Is $430 Million Per Hour|P. J. O’Rourke|March 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Warsaw was once the centre of my universe,” recalled Milchberg late in life.
The weapons added to the cache used by the Jewish fighters in the Warsaw Uprising of April and May 1943.
Warsaw capitulated two days afterward; the detached parties of the patriots melted away, and Poland was no more.
His old craving for journeying amid narrow streets came upon him here in Warsaw and held him fascinated.Aladdin of London|Sir Max Pemberton
Warsaw, capital of the Duchy of the same name, had been ceded to the Russians in 1815.Memoirs of the Duchesse de Dino v.1/3, 1831-1835|Dorothy Duchesse de Dino
The fictitious sufferings of "Thaddeus of Warsaw," are transcended in real-life misery every day, and by natures quite as noble.Pencillings by the Way|N. Parker Willis
The four beauties of Warsaw will occupy the same sledge, driven by the prince royal himself.
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Capital of Poland and largest city in the country, located in central Poland; the political, cultural, industrial, and transportation center of Poland.