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English: Warsaw Ghetto, smashed into the ground by German forces, according to Adolf Hitler`s order, after supressing of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943. North-west view, left - the Krasinski`s Garden and Swietojerska street, photo taken in circa 1950
Polski: Warszawskie Getto, zrównane z ziemią przez Niemców, zgodnie z rozkazem Adolfa Hitlera, po stłumieniu powstania w getcie warszawskim w 1943. Widok na stronę północno-zachodnią, z lewej Ogród Krasińskich i ulica Świętojerska, zdjęcie zrobione ok. 1950
Date circa 1950
Source The book: "Warszawa 1945-1970", Publisher: Wydawnictwo Sport i Turystyka, Warszawa, 1970, page 76-77
Author Zbyszko Siemaszko, photographer of Central Photographic Agency (CAF) in Warsaw


Public domain This image is in the public domain because according to the Art. 3 of copyright law of March 29, 1926 of the Republic of Poland and Art. 2 of copyright law of July 10, 1952 of the People's Republic of Poland, all photographs by Polish photographers (or published for the first time in Poland or simultaneously in Poland and abroad) published without a clear copyright notice before the law was changed on May 23, 1994 are assumed public domain in Poland.

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