Set of two photographs of Warsaw, Poland during World War II.
(1) German troops and police entering the ghetto to deport its surviving inhabitants, starting the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
(2) This is what the city of Warsaw looked after its destruction by the Nazis, in the foreground a Polish soldier next to the smashed King Sigismund Monument.
-Dates: Photographed in 1943 and 1945. Printed in 1973 and 1974.
-Medium: Gelatin silver print, FB paper
-Size: Approx. 17cm x 22cm
IMS Vintage Photos, founded in 1948 as International Magazine Service, has more than 70 years of history distributing and managing photographic archives for news and media organizations.
This is an authentic photograph from newspaper archives, in the same condition it was received by us.
Sold as collectable only, all copyrights belong to photographers, agencies or legal representatives.
- Condition: Both photographs in very good condition with minor scratches and waviness.
- Certificate of Authenticity.
- Keystone - PRASA
- Titolo dell'opera
- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising - April 19, 1943.
- Stampa alla gelatina d'argento
- Agenzia di stampa/timbro del giornale
- Data di stampa
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 17×22 cm