Gdańsk, Sopot Gdynia, Hel Peninsula
One of the first battlefields of WW2, up to today place-symbol of the begging of the biggest conflict in human history. Before the war in this place, there was a Polish Ammunition depot. At 4:48 1st September of 1939 German Warship, Schleswig Holstein opened fire to begin the war. Polish soldiers were fighting in a small Peninsula, surrounded from every side by Germans for 7 days, even though the order was to fight for 12 hours. Today it shows ruins of some buildings, a small cemetery, one guard-house, and leftovers of ground fortifications.
On my tour, you will experience the 7 days of a battle. Get to know the story of the Free City of Gdansk, the state that was created after the First World War, to understand why the city of Gdansk became a problem between Poland and III Reich. It will be a very important tour of the history of Poland and Gdansk.