127 Influence on postwar culture edit Rozstrzelanie V (Execution by Firing Squad, V) (1949) by Andrzej Wróblewski, set in German-occupied Poland See also: Cultural representations of the Warsaw Uprising The wartime attempts to destroy Polish culture may have strengthened it instead. Władysław Szpilman ) and artists likewise performed in ghettos and even in concentration camps. There were over 1,000 underground newspapers; 98 among the most important were the Biuletyn Informacyjny of Armia Krajowa and Rzeczpospolita of the Government Delegation for Poland. 4 The Soviet authorities regarded service to the prewar Polish state as a "crime against revolution" 61 and "counter-revolutionary activity" 62 and arrested many members of the Polish intelligentsia, politicians, civil servants and academics, as well as ordinary persons. 68 In line with Soviet anti-religious policy, churches and religious organizations were persecuted. 16 Other items were also printed, such as patriotic posters or fake German administration posters, ordering the Germans to evacuate Poland or telling Poles to register household cats. 4, the occupiers looted and destroyed much of Poland's cultural and historical heritage, while persecuting and murdering members of the Polish cultural elite. A b "Custom House Tower". 222 Salmonowicz 1994,. . 299300 a b Poles: Victims of the Nazi Era, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, archived from the original on, retrieved a b c d e f g h i j k l m Krauski 1992,. . Initial efforts erotisk massage roskilde michala side 9 were directed towards creating a negative image of pre-war Poland, 18 and later efforts were aimed at fostering anti-Soviet, antisemitic, and pro-German attitudes. 10 Shuttered museums were replaced by occasional art exhibitions that frequently conveyed propagandist themes. 86 Compared to pre-war classes, the absence of Polish Jewish students was notable, as they were confined by the Nazi Germans to ghettos ; there was, however, underground Jewish education in the ghettos, often organized with support from Polish organizations like TON. 179 Madajczyk 1970,. . Retrieved on b c Phayer 2001,. . In November 1940, the Poles of Lwów observed the 85th anniversary of Adam Mickiewicz 's death. The majority of the city's skyscrapers and high-rises are clustered in the. This particular campaign resulted in the infamous Sonderaktion Krakau 31 and the massacre of Lwów professors. 99 The Polish underground also published booklets and leaflets from imaginary anti-Nazi German organizations aimed at spreading disinformation and lowering morale among the Germans. Odzyskiwanie zabytków, Tygodnik Przegląd,.