Schock-Choreo reminds of Nazi murders
Munich – With a blatant fan choreography, the fans of Legia Warsaw commemorate the Nazi mass murders during the Warsaw uprising. Before the Champions League qualifying match against FC Astana, Legia Warsaw supporters remembered the 1944 Warsaw Uprising with a shocking choreo one day after the start of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, which marked the 73rd anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising. During the Warsaw Uprising, 160,000 people were killed by Germans. Thousands of them were children,”said a banner. The Warsaw Uprising was an attempt by the Polish homeland army to liberate their country from the German occupation. It was to take place parallel to the advance of the Russian army. However, because of the lack of timely help, the Nazi troops were able to crush the uprising with blood, mass murders of the Polish civilian population, 150,000 to 225,000 innocent people died, the city of Warsaw was almost completely destroyed, and remembering the uprising is a regular reminder of the fans of the former army club, but the Legia fan scene is often overshadowed by violence itself.