Polish Army soldiers attend the official ceremony marking Poland's Independence Day, in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. European Union president Donald Tusk joined celebrations in his native Poland on Independence Day, which celebrates the nation regaining its sovereignty at the end of World War I after being wiped off the map for more than a century.
Polish Army soldiers attend the official ceremony marking Poland's Independence Day, in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. European Union president Donald Tusk joined celebrations in his native Poland on Independence Day, which celebrates the nation regaining its sovereignty at the end of World War I after being wiped off the map for more than a century. Alik Keplicz AP Photo
Polish Army soldiers attend the official ceremony marking Poland's Independence Day, in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. European Union president Donald Tusk joined celebrations in his native Poland on Independence Day, which celebrates the nation regaining its sovereignty at the end of World War I after being wiped off the map for more than a century. Alik Keplicz AP Photo

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