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Auschwitz-the room of suitcases left behind

Auschwitz-the room of suitcases left behind

Commercial area on Nalewki Street in Warsaws Jewish quarter. Warsaw, Poland, 1938. — International Center for Photography

Commercial area on Nalewki Street in Warsaws Jewish quarter. Warsaw, Poland, 1938. — International Center for Photography

1945 Warsaw

1945 Warsaw

The Nazis burned and demolished 85% of the city of Warsaw Poland after the Warsaw uprising that began Aug.1,1944.The Polish Resistance Army wanted to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. They faught for 63 days with no help. The Soviets were to move in and help but they backed out .

The Nazis burned and demolished 85% of the city of Warsaw Poland after the Warsaw uprising that began Aug.1,1944.The Polish Resistance Army wanted to liberate Warsaw from Nazi Germany. They faught for 63 days with no help. The Soviets were to move in and help but they backed out .

Warszawa, ruiny kamienic przy Twardej i Złotej. W głębi widoczny nowo wybudowany Pałac Kultury i Nauki, lata 1954-1957.

Warszawa, ruiny kamienic przy Twardej i Złotej. W głębi widoczny nowo wybudowany Pałac Kultury i Nauki, lata 1954-1957.

Krakowskie Przedmieście.

Krakowskie Przedmieście.

Przepiękne zdjęcia Suwalszczyzny i Podlasia z lat 70. Niektóre wyglądają, jakby zrobiono je 100 lat temu

Przepiękne zdjęcia Suwalszczyzny i Podlasia z lat 70. Niektóre wyglądają, jakby zrobiono je 100 lat temu

Warszawa.przedwojenna. Wejście na Rynek od strony Zapiecka.

Warszawa.przedwojenna. Wejście na Rynek od strony Zapiecka.

Meat shop, Warsaw 1980s, Poland Chris Niedenthal

Meat shop, Warsaw 1980s, Poland Chris Niedenthal

Warsaw Ghetto, 19 sept 1941. Children sitting on the pavement soliciting alms. Taken by Heinz Joest, a German soldier posted in the Warsaw area in 1941. It is said that he was given a special leave on the occasion of his birthday and toured Warsaw and the Warsaw Ghetto, when he took these pictures.

Warsaw Ghetto, 19 sept 1941. Children sitting on the pavement soliciting alms. Taken by Heinz Joest, a German soldier posted in the Warsaw area in 1941. It is said that he was given a special leave on the occasion of his birthday and toured Warsaw and the Warsaw Ghetto, when he took these pictures.

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