The Second World War began at 7 o‘clock in Poland in Westerplatte
German battleship Schleswig-Holstein attacked Polish position
Polish army held out for 7 days. German general headquarters was astonished that such small Polish army could hold out their position for such a long time.
Unfortunatelly after 7 days German put their flag in Westerplatte.
Nowadays there is a monument there. When sailors sail along Westerplatte they salut towards the monument to commemorate Polish soldiers.
by Mikołaj Zmarzły