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c. 1935 - The offices of the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer in the Free City of Danzig. The anti-Semitic poster in the window reads ‘Die Juden sind unser Unglück!’ (The Jews are our misfortune!).

c. 1935 - The offices of the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer in the Free City of Danzig. The anti-Semitic poster in the window reads ‘Die Juden sind unser Unglück!’ (The Jews are our misfortune!).

Jan Bulhak, Views of old Danzig, Poland

Jan Bulhak, Views of old Danzig, Poland

Gdańsk / Danzig, before 1945

Gdańsk / Danzig, before 1945

Pre-war Danzig

Pre-war Danzig

"Danzig Fishmarket"  Freie stadt Danzig, 1930s / Now Poland - Gdansk

"Danzig Fishmarket" Freie stadt Danzig, 1930s / Now Poland - Gdansk

Gdańsk / Danzig, before 1945

Gdańsk / Danzig, before 1945

"Danzig Fishmarket"  Freie stadt Danzig, 1930s / Now Poland - Gdansk

"Danzig Fishmarket" Freie stadt Danzig, 1930s / Now Poland - Gdansk

Danzig. Langer Markt, um 1906.

Danzig. Langer Markt, um 1906.

German dead in Danzig / Gdańsk 1945. < https://de.pinterest.com/konradbik/gda%C5%84sk/

German dead in Danzig / Gdańsk 1945. < https://de.pinterest.com/konradbik/gda%C5%84sk/

Danzig shop window signs 1945: (left sign) Soldiers, report to the nearest army base. Anyone who travels with civilian convoys or loiters in private quarters is considered a deserter. (right sign) People of Danzig, stay disciplined! Panic and rumor-mongering are the best allies of the Bolsheviks!

Danzig shop window signs 1945: (left sign) Soldiers, report to the nearest army base. Anyone who travels with civilian convoys or loiters in private quarters is considered a deserter. (right sign) People of Danzig, stay disciplined! Panic and rumor-mongering are the best allies of the Bolsheviks!

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