Each September, the Lockport, Illinois Park District presents reenactments of either the Civil War or World War II. This year, WWII was represented, and the final battle of the weekend depicted the capture of a small Polish village in 1939.
This early on in the war, the allied forces weren't formed, and the Polish fought to prevent a German advance.
Here, a battle-damaged house shows signs of Polish resistance: Mort a Boche - a derogatory way of saying, "Death to Germans"
Posted by Tom Gill at Monday, September 10, 2012