On 9 October 2016 Polish scouts in Edinburgh took part in an event to remember the role of the Grey Ranks (Polish scouts) in providing a postal service during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. The scouts then entertained with a concert of Polish patriotic songs at the Holy Cross Church, Bangholm Loan, Edinburgh.
Post Box Praga - Polish scouts arrive at a postbox representing Praga to deliver and receive mail for other postal districts in Warsaw. Some of the Polish scouts are wearing the red and white armband, with the anchor symbol, which signifies Fighting Poland.
Date taken: Sunday, October 9, 2016
Photo set: Polish Scouts Remember Grey Ranks Of 1944 Warsaw Uprising (15 photos)