Sorry Emil, but need to disagree with you. I haven't heard about any specific signs of respect to Warsaw Uprising soldiers from German side. Slaughtering and mass executions of insurgents were common during WU. There were also many Armia Krajowa soldiers sent to KL Auschwitz, Dachau Stutthof, Neuengamme, Buchenwald etc. I have just visited KL Buchenwald archives and I'm currently waiting for transportation lists of Polish citizens to KL Buchenwald after the Uprising to look after AK memebers.
Honestly Germans treaten AK members in more or less the same way as Tito's partizans. Perhaps not many of you kow but Tito's partizans were very often sent to POW camps in Germany rather than to concentration camps as, because of some reason, they were treaten according to Geneve Convention.