Warsaw – Chlodna Street

Warsaw Ghetto 1942: Chłodna Street (looking West) from the intersection with Żelazna Street. The street was Aryan and above the street one can see a wooden bridge connecting Small and Big Ghetto.
Then image: Wikimedia
Attribution: Bundesarchiv, Bild 101I-270-0298-14 / Amthor / CC-BY-SA 3.0
Now image: www.NOWstalgia.EU / Cor Sleutel

Warsaw – Nowolipie street (2)

Ghetto entrance in Warsaw, Nowolipie street. Note: Most of the buildings at the other side of the entrance survived the Uprising.
Then image: Ghetto Fighter House?
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Warsaw – Nowolipie street (1)

Nowolipie Street near intersection of Smocza Street in the Ghetto of Warsaw during the uprising with SS-Gruppenführer Jürgen Stroop and SS-Rottenführer Josef Blosche.
Then photo: Wikimedia
From the report: Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!
Author: Jürgen Stroop
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Warsaw – Chlodna / Zelazna

Warsaw Ghetto at the junction Chlodna / Zelezna Street
Then image: Ghetto Fighter’s House
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Warsaw – Plac Polytechnika

After evacuating all Polish troops a victory parade of German troops in Warsaw at the Plac Polytechnika in October 1939.
Then image: BA RH 82 Bild-00079 Mensing
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Warsaw – Old Town Square

General Dwight Eisenhower during his visit in Warsaw, capital of Poland. Picture taken on the Old Town Square, destroyed in 1944 by German forces after supression of Warsaw Uprising (1944). Right, General Marian Spychalski.
Then image: Wikimedia (File:General_Dwight_Eisenhower_in_Warsaw,_1945.jpg)
Author: Central Photographic Agency (CAF) in Warsaw
Now Image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel

Warsaw – Aleje Ujazdowskie

Victory Parade in Warsaw at the Aleje Ujazdowskie with Hitler.
Then image: Unknown
Now image: WW2 Then in Now, Cor Sleutel