This song translates to ”Axe, Hoe” and was a famous Polish military and street-level protest song from the war. It became the most popular song of occupied Warsaw, and then, of the entire occupied Poland. Continue reading ”Polish music and uprising during WWII”
Compered to the music from World War I many World War II songs focused more on romance and strength instead of propaganda, morale, and patriotism. Overly patriotic and militaristic songs were often rejected by the public in the allied countries, especially USA.