“This is a summary of an article from Polish media with additional information from reliable sources that were present at the march. …
The article estimates 50,000 people, but one photographer known to the translator estimated the actual turn out at closer to 200,000 people.
100,000-strong Independence March** on 11 November, the chant is “Two brothers – a Pole and a Hungarian”.
(this phrase alludes to a saying (in Polish): “Polak, Wegier – dwa bratanki. Do szabli i do szklanki”. In English: “A Pole and a Hungarian – two brothers. To the sword and to the glass.” )(The two countries have historically a lot of links. The translator has many experiences of traveling and meeting Hungarians who form an instant bond over beer and, the understanding is brothers in arms if needed)”