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|Catalog No.||22237||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||The facade of a Warsaw building damaged in the fighting, which was then demolished to prevent its collapse||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||36381p||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
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The facade of a Warsaw (Warszawa) building damaged in the fighting, which was then demolished to prevent its collapse. The photo shows Poles and German soldiers viewing the ruins. This photo was sent by a German soldier to his son Reiner on March 30, 1940.
Here the facade of an entire buiding [block] was blown up because there was a danger of walls collapsing onto the street in an unplanned manner. Tomorrow morning, Sunday, I'll travel to Warsaw to meet with Uncle Konrad and Bruno. This morning, to our surprise, a substantial amount of snow fell. It's also gotten very cold. It's not pleasant.
Many greetings, Father" Close