The 'so-called “anchor”, a symbol composed of the letters P and W (Polska Walczaca), most commonly translated as “Fighting Poland” or “Poland Fights”. The emblem was clandestinely daubed on walls during the Nazi occupation, and it became one of the most potent symbols of the Home Army (AK), the official underground force that was loyal to the Polish government-in-exile in London.' (Polskie Radio)
Polish-Grew up in a Polish Neighborhood hearing the language -even had Polish reading class in early parochial grade school. Attended some Masses and sang some hymns in Polish. It's the culture I most identified with.