The orphanage in Warsaw Janusz Korczak http://www.HolocaustResearchProject.org

the Krochmalna Street orphanage where Korczak worked. He lived in a room in the attic Janusz Korczak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Postcard from 1920 of Kościół Wizytek (Church of the Visitation) in Warsaw. The church survived WWII intact.

Postcard from 1920 of Kościół Wizytek (Church of the Visitation) in Warsaw. The church survived WWII intact.

Targowa Street, circa 1908-1910. Praga – the district occupying Warsaw’s right bank – was incorporated into the capital as early as 1791, yet for the next 100 years was considered by most Varsovians to be a suburb that was different, impoverished and of little interest. At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, Ulica Targowa, Praga’s main street,  changed its look: a large square and widened

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View towards Castle Square from the corner of the street Trębacka, before 1930,

View towards Castle Square from the corner of the street Trębacka, before


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