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President Bush Visits Warsaw, Poland, June 15, 2001
Honoring the sacrifices made by Poland's soldiers, President Bush stands silent during a visit to the tomb of the unknown soldier in Warsaw, Poland. "Some of the most courageous moments of the 20th century took place in this nation. Here, in 1943, the world saw the heroic effort and revolt of the Warsaw Ghetto; a year later, the 63 days of the Warsaw Uprising; and then the reduction of this city to rubble because it chose to resist evil," said President Bush in his remarks at Warsaw University.

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