September '39 Warszawa [200]

September 1939 - Warszawa

Subject: no
Face value: 200 pln
Alloy: 900/1000 Au
Diameter: 27 mm
Weight: 15.5 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 10500 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: no
Date of issue: 2009-08-28
Issue price: 1840 pln
On the left-hand side, a silhouette of the burning Clock Tower against the background of a stylized face of the clock of the Royal Castle in Warsaw. Above, a stylized image of a plane dropping bombs. In the centre, the vertical inscription: WARSZAWA/WRZESIEŃ 1939 (Warsaw/September 1939). On the right-hand side, a stylized image of the bust of Stefan Starzyński. Underneath, the semicircular inscription: STEFAN STARZYŃSKI.

Designer: Dominika Karpińska-Kopiec
On the left-hand side, an image of the Eagle established as the State Emblem of the Republic of Poland. Against the background of the Eagle, a stylized image of flames. On the right-hand side, a stylized image of the monument of the Warsaw Mermaid. At the bottom, the inscription: 200 ZŁ. At the top, the semicircular inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA (the Republic of Poland) and the notation of the year of issue: 2009. The Mint's mark, M/W, under the Eagle's left leg.

Designer: Dominika Karpińska-Kopiec

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September 1939 - Warszawa, Wieluń, Westerplatte

The outbreak of World War II was tragic in its consequences for Poland - it led to complete destruction of the Polish state reborn in 1918. On 1 September 1939, Poland was militarily confronted with a powerful war machine of the Third Reich, and, on 17 September, also with the forces of Poland's eastern neighbour - the Soviet Russia. The disproportion in military strength was enormous. Despite the dedication of Polish soldiers and patriotic attitude of the people, the defeat was inevitable. The relief forces of France and Great Britain, Poland's allies, did not come.

In this situation, as many soldiers as possible were evacuated through Romania to France and Great Britain in order to continue the fight.

Poland had to face five long years ...

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