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On 28 September 1939, after a three-week-long siege, Warsaw capitulated. Was defending the city a sensible thing or did it only cause unnecessary losses to Warsaw and its population?

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Defending an open city made no sense from a military perspective
50%
The decision to continue the city’s defence was of major psychological importance as it consolidated the resistance against the aggressors, both in the still fighting Polish Army soldiers and the allies (virtually passive until then)

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