Anyway, maybe your photos simply gave me the wrong impression that memorials are at every street corner in Poland, I don't know.
Yes, you can say that about Warsaw. As I said in the middle of the thread, Warsaw, the indomitable city, lost 800.000 citizens, half of pre-war population. Can you imagine the tragedy? What do you expect then?
Whenever I visit it, I come across memorial sites which I haven`t seen before. Most frequently they are marked with such simple plaques:
Here, 2 September, Nazi Germans executed 30 Poles. (it was the day of the capitulation of the Old Town after its heroic defence, 5300 soldiers left to another disctrict by sewers, but left behind them their wounded comrades and civilians. Germans, after entering the Old Town, slaughtered all wounded soldiers and massacred civilians, thus strengthening Polish resistance in other districts).
Here, Nazis shot 22 Poles in an insurgent hospital on 27 Sept. 1944.
Here, Nazis shot 70 Poles on 2 Sept. 1944.
Here, Nazis executed 50 Poles on 24 Jan. 1944.
Here Nazis executed 15 poles on 20 August 1944.
On 8 August 350 Poles were executed by Nazis
On 15 February 1944 Nazis executed a few dozen Poles
Modern grafitti in Warsaw: