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At the top of the letter "p", at the bottom "w". their symbol was the symbol of polish fighting. the goal was clear - this sign had poles lift up their spirits and arouse in the people the hopes of independence, while in germans cause anxiety and oppress them mentally. the conspiratorial contest for the "eloquent sign" was announced in 1942 by the information and propaganda bureau of the national headquarters of the home army. the winning draft was sent by scout instructor anna smoleńska, ps. hania, a student of art history at the secret university of warsaw (died in 1943 in auschwitz). the famous insurgent anchor appeared for the first time on the streets of warsaw 75 years ago. for his painting he was able to hit pawiak and lose his life. once, the anchor was present only on walls and streets, later graves and monuments, exhibited during the anniversary ceremonies. today also "decorates" t-shirts, sweatshirts, cars, smartphones, and even ... linen. where is the border between memory, respect, and abuse of the symbolism of the warsaw uprising? where is the boundary between the commemoration and the screaming of holiness? some veterans think that the logo of fighting poland is lame and used for bad purposes, eg by supporters and demonstrators. polsle's symbol of fighting since 2014 is protected by law. "surrounding the polish flag is a right and duty of every citizen of the republic of poland." whoever publicly insults the character of polish fighting is subject to a fine, "reads the document of the act of 10 june 2014 on the protection of the polish fighting mark. insurgent anchor? unknown.