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|Description||The areas of Warsaw controlled by the Home Army on August 4th, 1944, during the opening stages of the Warsaw Uprising. This map was based on a variety of sources and is generally accurate; greater accuracy cannot be obtained as there were no stable front-lines and the ones presented here are only for orientation. Also note that not all areas outside of the Polish zone of control were controlled by the Germans: in early August much of the city was still a no-man's-land (as was the case of Żoliborz that was abandoned on August 1, and then easily retaken by the Polish forces to retreat to Kampinos and return there)|
|Date||6 May 2007|
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The following is a list of maps created by Halibutt and uploaded to commons, as well as their present and projected derivatives.
|Maps by Halibutt|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita.png||Image:Rzeczpospolita.png||The Republic in 17th and 18th century|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita 1600.png||The Republic after the Treaty of Dywilino|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita voivodships.png||Voivodships of The Republic|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita_Potop.png||The Republic during The Deluge and Chmielnicki Uprising, with major battles of the era marked|
|Magnates and their lands and domains|
|1st • 2nd • 3rd||Partitions of Poland|
|War of the constitution|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita.xcf||SOURCE FILE - GIMP format|
|Image:Poland 1939.png||Image:Poland 1939.png||Poland in 1939|
|Image:Dywizje wrzesien 1.png||Order of Battle on September 1st, during the Polish Defence War of 1939|
|Image:Poland 1939.xcf||SOURCE FILE - GIMP format|
|Image:Polska kontur bialy.png||Image:Polska kontur bialy.png||Contour map of Poland AD 1999, for use with various locator maps|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita 1920.png||Image:Rzeczpospolita 1920.png||Map of Poland 1918-1939, currently under development|
|Image:PBW March 1919.png||Polish-Bolshevik War - fronts in March of 1919|
|Image:PBW December 1919.png||Polish-Bolshevik War - fronts in December of 1919|
|Image:PBW June 1920.png||Polish-Bolshevik War - fronts in July of 1920|
|Image:PBW August 1920.png||Polish-Bolshevik War - fronts in August of 1920|
|Polish Defence War of 1939|
|Polish areas annexed by Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia and the Soviet Union|
|German concentration camps in Poland|
|Major battles of the Polish-Bolshevik War|
|names • no names||Polish/Czechoslovak/Lithuanian/German/Ukrainian claims in 1920's|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita Central Lithuania.png||Central Lithuania|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita Lithuania claims.png||Central Lithuania as compared with other Lithuanian claims|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita 1789-1920.png||Post-1922 borders compared with the territory of Poland before the partitions|
|Warsaw Uprising and the Operation Tempest|
|Poland partitioned between the Soviets and the Germans|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita 1939 Polish divisions.png||Polish divisions on September 1, 1939|
|Home Army inspectorates|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita 1920.xcf||SOURCE FILE - GIMP format|
|Image:Rzeczpospolita 1939.svg||Vector version!!!!||layered version available on request|
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