Nine weeks of blood and glory
Warsaw Uprising of 1944 day by day.

October 4, 1944 - Second day after the Uprising

Name day: Rozalia, Franciszek
Sunrise 6:58 am; sunset 6:23 pm; average air temperature: 11°C
Mostly cloudy, rain; Vistula river level: 59 cm

          At 9 am, first units from the 21st Infantry Regiment of Lieutenant Colonel Stanisław Kamiński "Daniel" surrender to the enemy. The 21st and 27 Regiments lay down their weapon at the corner of Wspólna and Marszałkowska Streets; the 36th Regiment - at Napoleon's Square; the 15th Regiment - at Grzybowski Square.

          The last broadcast of the "Błyskawica" ("Lightning") radio station is transmitted. After the transmission, the radio station is destroyed.

          The last issues of "Dziennik Radiowy" ("Radio Journal"), "Robotnik" ("Laborer"), "Wiadomości Powstańcze" ("Uprising News") and "Biuletyn Informacyjny" ("Information Newsletter") are published.

edited by: Maciej Janaszek-Seydlitz

translated by: Beata Murzyn

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