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Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland.

History

Holocaust[]

In 1938, a young Magneto and his family fled Berlin to live in Warsaw. The Eisenhardt lived in a Jewish sector of Warsaw, where the Nazis built the Warsaw Ghetto in October 1940.[1][2] In his youth Magneto and his friend would scavenge for food until one of them was caught and executed by the Nazis.[3] The Invaders came to the city on a mission but was captured by Nazi forces.[4]

In 1943, the Ghetto's were evacuated into various concentration camps across Nazi occupied Europe.[5]

The being known as the Crone was in Warsaw in 1943 writing in her book about the cyclical nature of humanity oppressing humanity through ignorance, intolerance, and bigotry. A SS soldier, Otto, tried to force her onto a train and grabs her book, but she stabbed him in the neck with her fountain pen. The pen soaked up his blood for use as ink. His fellow soldiers soon found him down, but with no suspect around, and noticed there was no blood from the stab wound.[5]

Magneto and his family were later taken away to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in what became known as the Holocaust.[1]

Modern-Age[]

Black Widow went on a mission to Warsaw to stop a Crimson Dynamo controlled by the Dark Ocean Society.[6]

Cassandra Nova travelled to the Presidential Palace in Warsaw and used her powers to control the President's mind to enact a law to detain all Mutants.[7]

Magneto returned to Warsaw to save two young Mutants who were living on the streets. He rescued the pair and took them away to safety but before they fled they found a lit menorah and which led Magneto to once again contemplate his faith.[8]

Residents

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