Battle of Radom
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The Battle of Radom, also known as the Battle of Iłża, was part of the Invasion of Poland during the Second World War. It lasted from 8 September 1939 to 9 September 1939. Polish troops of the Prusy Army, under General Stanisław Skwarczyński, defended the city of Iłża and road from Sandomierz to Radom. The Poles were not ready to meet head on overwhelming German force and were easily defeated after two days of fighting. Prusy Army, in the aftermath of the battle, ceased to exit. Some of the army's units joined other tactical groupings of the Polish armed forces.
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