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“Rozkwitały Pąki Białych Róż” or “Białe Róże” (literally: “blossoming were the buds of white roses”, not to be confused with Russian disco hit “Белые розы”) is a Polish patriotic song from the times of WW I. It became widely known after 1918 thanks to Kazimierz Wroczyński. During the WW II “Białe Róże” were sung in Polish Armed Forces and among the conspiracy. There exist numerous versions of the melody and lyrics, which are usually performed on the occasion of national holidays.

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