March in Poland

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  • 60,000 far-right nationalists marched through the streets of Warsaw, Poland's capital.
  • This march took place on November 11th, Poland's Independence day, taking over the much loved holiday because of people's fear of violence breaking out. 
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  • The marching nationalists wore masks, carried Polish flags, and held lit torches during the march, while chanting things like...
  • "Death to enemies of the homeland" and "Catholic Poland, not secular"
  • The march was against gay rights, the EU, Muslim immigration, and anything against the Polish Catholic church. 
  • One group behind the march is the National Radical camp,  their sign shown below. They are far-right nationalists who have been around since 1993 and have led several marches in Poland. 
  • Most people who took part in the marches are from Poland, but others came from other parts in Europe.
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