Prošlo je 10 godina od mojeg zadnjeg posjeta MK Valhalla. Bio je to jedan od meni boljih moto susreta, jer nije bio onako klasično - šatorski.
Tada sam napisao:
U subotu sam krenuo put Popovače, tj. Osekova na moto susret MK Valhalla. Na2kotacha se u petak gadno zapio, pa sam bio primoran ići sam. Susret se održavao na imanju namijenjenom za seoski turizam, „Bistrički“. Samo mjesto mi je bilo odlično, ekipa iz Valhalle pokazali su se kao jako dobri domaćini, na ulazu rakijica i besplatan bon za grah. Cuga po 10 kn, što me posebno razveselilo. Od moto igara mi je bilo najzanimljivije ispijanje gemišta. ;)
Kaj se tiče band-ova, još bi morali vježbati koju godinicu, ali uz količinu popijenog alkohola, to se nije skoro ni primjetilo.
Uglavnom, sve u svemu, sve pohvale MK Valhalla.
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The Battle of Wizna was fought between September 7 and September 10, 1939, between the forces of Poland and Germany during the initial stages of Invasion of Poland. According to Polish historian Leszek Moczulski, between 350 and 720 Poles defended a fortified line for three days against more than 40,000 Germans. Although defeat was inevitable, the Polish defence stalled the attacking forces for three days and postponed the encirclement of Independent Operational Group Narew fighting nearby. Eventually the tanks broke through the Polish line and German engineers eliminated all the bunkers one by one. The last bunker surrendered around midday on September 10.
Because the battle consisted of a small force holding a piece of fortified territory against a vastly larger invasion for three days at great cost before being annihilated, Wizna is sometimes referred to as Polish Thermopylae in Polish culture. One of the symbols of the battle is Captain Władysław Raginis, the commanding officer of the Polish force, who swore to hold his position as long as he was alive. When the last two bunkers under his command ran out of ammunition, he ordered his men to surrender their arms and committed suicide by throwing himself on a live grenade.
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