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200 items in this album on 10 pages.

Nine-year-old Ryszard Pajewski sitting in a pile of rubble after a German raid on Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Polish boys reading Mickey Mouse comics in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Nine-year-old Ryszard Pajewski sitting in a pile of rubble after a German raid on Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Polish boys reading Mickey Mouse comics in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Polish family doing chores outside their destroyed home, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Portrait of Franklin Roosevelt at the destroyed US Consulate, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Polish family doing chores outside their destroyed home, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Portrait of Franklin Roosevelt at the destroyed US Consulate, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Ruins in Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Victims of German aerial attacks, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Ruins in Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Victims of German aerial attacks, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
View of US Consulate, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Waclawa Jadziak and her daughter Janina starting their trek out of Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
View of US Consulate, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Waclawa Jadziak and her daughter Janina starting their trek out of Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Wall damaged by bullets, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Ferdinand Catlos with Ukrainian civilians in Poland, Sep 1939, photo 1 of 3
Wall damaged by bullets, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Ferdinand Catlos with Ukrainian civilians in Poland, Sep 1939, photo 1 of 3
Ferdinand Catlos with Ukrainian civilians in Poland, Sep 1939, photo 2 of 3Ferdinand Catlos with Ukrainian civilians in Poland, Sep 1939, photo 3 of 3
Ferdinand Catlos with Ukrainian civilians in Poland, Sep 1939, photo 2 of 3Ferdinand Catlos with Ukrainian civilians in Poland, Sep 1939, photo 3 of 3
The Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland burning after being hit by German shellfire, 17 Sep 1939Red Commander Vladimir Yulianovich Borovitsky and German General Heinz Guderian in Brest, Poland (now Brest, Belarus) to work out the German-Soviet boundary demarcation of occupied Poland, 21 Sep 1939. Photo 1 of 2
The Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland burning after being hit by German shellfire, 17 Sep 1939Red Commander Vladimir Yulianovich Borovitsky and German General Heinz Guderian in Brest, Poland (now Brest, Belarus) to work out the German-Soviet boundary demarcation of occupied Poland, 21 Sep 1939. Photo 1 of 2
Red Commander Vladimir Yulianovich Borovitsky and German General Heinz Guderian in Brest, Poland (now Brest, Belarus) to work out the German-Soviet boundary demarcation of occupied Poland, 21 Sep 1939. Photo 2 of 2Refugees returning to Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
Red Commander Vladimir Yulianovich Borovitsky and German General Heinz Guderian in Brest, Poland (now Brest, Belarus) to work out the German-Soviet boundary demarcation of occupied Poland, 21 Sep 1939. Photo 2 of 2Refugees returning to Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939
A Polish bunker destroyed by Slovakian troops, Poland, late Sep 1939German Panzer IV medium tank in Poland, date unknown
A Polish bunker destroyed by Slovakian troops, Poland, late Sep 1939German Panzer IV medium tank in Poland, date unknown
Greiser speaking at the first Nazi rally in Posen, Germany (Poznan, occupied Poland) after German conquest, 3 Nov 1939Aerial photo of Sobibór, occupied Poland, 1940; photo taken by German Luftwaffe personnel
Greiser speaking at the first Nazi rally in Posen, Germany (Poznan, occupied Poland) after German conquest, 3 Nov 1939Aerial photo of Sobibór, occupied Poland, 1940; photo taken by German Luftwaffe personnel

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