The Woodlands of Poland have long been subdued to the harsh cold climate of snow, sleet and rain. Nothing but white velvet snow covers every step you take, so be aware of unwanted footsteps within your path!
Soft coating of snow is settled amongst the rooftops of the houses, whilst horses and young children scatter the nearby area, followed by the devouring smell of a bakery.These small functioning villages and towns prove worthy in the Winter-Time, but watch your step, as you may find it hard to tell from friend and foe.
The Harbour and Docks are coated in a thick layer of blistering snow, as well as crimson black ice on most soft surfaces. Don't be fooled by the Seagulls taking flight, as the blistering cold is enough to claim any life.
Huge vast nasty death camps throughout Poland. In the late 1930's the Nazis killed thousands of handicapped Germans by lethal injection and poisonous gas. After the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, mobile killing units following in the wake of the German Army began shooting massive numbers of Jews and Gypsies in the various Death Camps around Poland.