Three picture postcards of pre-war Drossen (Neumark). Since 1945, Osno Lubuskie, Poland.
Drossen into Osno
Drossen was renamed Osno after the Second World War when as a result of the Potsdam agreement it became part of Poland. The previous inhabitants of the town were expelled to the smaller Germany and their place taken by Poles from central Poland, and from what is now Ukraine and Lithuania.
Ośno Lubuskie is a small town with a population of around 3,500. It is part of the province of Lubuskie, in western Poland.