Former German Territories in Poland
German Province: Brandenburg / Neumark
Here is a selection of picture postcard images and images of other collectable antiquities dating back to the period when the city of Landsberg Warthe was German. Throughout its 750 year history, and up until the border changes and expulsions of 1945, Landsberg Warthe was an important city of Brandenburg (Neumark), Prussia, Germany. In 1945 Landsberg Warthe became part of Poland and in order to reflect its Polish future, the name changed to Gorzow Wielkopolski.
We hope that by making these old postcards available online that they will be of interest to anyone interested in the history of Landsberg Warthe or researching their Pussian, German, Jewish or Polish ancestry. For more images and information on Landsberg Warthe visit the website Landsberg.
A picture postcard photograph showing Dammstrasse, Landsberg Warthe, c.1914.
We have a large and ever-changing archive of old postcards and photographs of all former German locations in present-day Poland. These pictures are available for sale at reasonable prices to anyone, anywhere in the world. We can also offer these images as high-definition digital scans and/or reprints of photographs in our collection should that be of interest. The originals of these photographs and postcards date from 1898 through to 1945. If you are looking for images for your collection or publication just complete the form here and we will let you know what images we already have of your chosen location and also keep you notified if any more become available.
Related Link: Buy maps of Landsberg Warthe and area around it.
Other towns in the vicinity of Landisberch Nova / Landsberg Warthe / Gorzow Wielkopolski include: Arnswalde; Blesen; Konigswalde; Kustrin; Meseritz; Schwerin an der Warthe; Wepritz; Woldenberg; Zantoch
See also: Prof. Ernst Henseler
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