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The Battle of Nasielsk was fought on August 14 and August 15 of 1920 between Polish and Soviet forces. The Polish launched a counterattack against Soviet forces who were besieging Warsaw. Polish General Władysław Sikorski, commanding the Fifth Army, consisting of three infantry and two cavalry divisions, was given the task of containing the Soviet right wing formed by the Soviet 4th , 15th, and 3rd Armies, consisting of twelve infantry and two cavalry divisions. The Poles took the offensive on the morning of 14 Aug., crossing the Wkra and Vistula Rivers. Gen. Karnicki raided Ciechanów and captured the Soviet IV Army's plans and cyphers. On 16 Aug., Sikorski entered Nasielsk, using tanks, armoured cars, and two armoured trains. On 18 Aug. he neared his objectives on the Orzyc and Narew Rive

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  • The Battle of Nasielsk was fought on August 14 and August 15 of 1920 between Polish and Soviet forces. The Polish launched a counterattack against Soviet forces who were besieging Warsaw. Polish General Władysław Sikorski, commanding the Fifth Army, consisting of three infantry and two cavalry divisions, was given the task of containing the Soviet right wing formed by the Soviet 4th , 15th, and 3rd Armies, consisting of twelve infantry and two cavalry divisions. The Poles took the offensive on the morning of 14 Aug., crossing the Wkra and Vistula Rivers. Gen. Karnicki raided Ciechanów and captured the Soviet IV Army's plans and cyphers. On 16 Aug., Sikorski entered Nasielsk, using tanks, armoured cars, and two armoured trains. On 18 Aug. he neared his objectives on the Orzyc and Narew Rive
  • Bitwa o Nasielsk – bitwa stoczona przez 22 pułk piechoty i 68 pułk piechoty Wojska Polskiego z 11 Dywizją Strzelców Armii Czerwonej w dniach 14–16 sierpnia 1920, w ramach kontrnatarcia polskiego podczas Bitwy Warszawskiej. Na pamiątkę wyzwolenia Nasielska 16 sierpnia był w okresie międzywojennym „świętem pułkowym” w 68 pułku piechoty.
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  • The Battle of Nasielsk was fought on August 14 and August 15 of 1920 between Polish and Soviet forces. The Polish launched a counterattack against Soviet forces who were besieging Warsaw. Polish General Władysław Sikorski, commanding the Fifth Army, consisting of three infantry and two cavalry divisions, was given the task of containing the Soviet right wing formed by the Soviet 4th , 15th, and 3rd Armies, consisting of twelve infantry and two cavalry divisions. The Poles took the offensive on the morning of 14 Aug., crossing the Wkra and Vistula Rivers. Gen. Karnicki raided Ciechanów and captured the Soviet IV Army's plans and cyphers. On 16 Aug., Sikorski entered Nasielsk, using tanks, armoured cars, and two armoured trains. On 18 Aug. he neared his objectives on the Orzyc and Narew Rivers. Sikorski's attacks allowed Pilsudski to launch his strike force on 16 Aug. Sikorski "had ensured the clearance of the Vistula bridgehead and the success of the counter-offensive from the Wieprz. The Soviets withdrew their 15th and 3rd armies, and abandoned the 4th Army to its fate.
  • Bitwa o Nasielsk – bitwa stoczona przez 22 pułk piechoty i 68 pułk piechoty Wojska Polskiego z 11 Dywizją Strzelców Armii Czerwonej w dniach 14–16 sierpnia 1920, w ramach kontrnatarcia polskiego podczas Bitwy Warszawskiej. Podczas bitwy nad Wkrą natarcie na Nasielsk prowadził 22 pp z 9 DP, który przy wsparciu artylerii sforsował Wkrę pod Borkowem i 68 pp, zgrupowany w Stanisławowie na obszarze Twierdzy Modlin. 68 pułk piechoty 15 sierpnia uderzył na wieś Toruń, aby ułatwić natarcie 9 DP nad Wkrą. 16 sierpnia 22 pp posuwał się bez przeszkód, natomiast 68 pp musiał toczyć walki z 11 DS o Miękoszyn i Zaborze, tracąc ponad 100 poległych i rannych. Wieczorem oba pułki wkroczyły do Nasielska, entuzjastycznie witane przez mieszkańców. Na pamiątkę wyzwolenia Nasielska 16 sierpnia był w okresie międzywojennym „świętem pułkowym” w 68 pułku piechoty.
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