In 1920, the Poles seized Kiev, deep in the Ukraine. They were then dramatically routed by the Cossack cavalry, and Poland's future hung in the balance. Bolshevik expansionists attacked into Poland. At a crossroads east of Lwow, a group of volunteers and veterans of the Great War were waiting to be relieved by Regular Army troops during a lull in the fighting. The next day an advance column of Soviet troops approached. The men of the relief force raced down the wooded road towards the sound of gunfire. . .
Attacker: Russian (Elements of the 4th Division, Soviet Komarmiya Army)
Defender: Polish (Volunteer elements of the 12th Division, 6th Polish Army)