A lithographic ‘Gruss aus’ (Greetings from) picture postcard from Kattowitz / Katowice, c.1900. Note the bearded miner with a pick.
A sample of old images from our picture archive of Kattowitz / Katowice, Silesia, Poland. They range in date from 1900 to 1944. Kattowitz was the German name for the city, while Katowice is the Polish.
An old picture postcard of the Rynek (Market Square) area of Kattowitz / Katowice in 1919.
A street scene of Katowice / Katowice, c.1931. The main synagogue can be seen in the distance.
A panaromic photographic view of building in the centre of Kattowitz / Katowice in the early 1930s.
An old picture postcard of the railway station in Kattowitz / Katowice, c.1939. The station closed in the mid 1970s.
A super image of a tram making its way along one of the main streets in Kattowitz / Katowice in 1939.
A multiview postcard featuring five different views of Kattowitz / Katowice, Upper Silesia, c.1944.
Related content on the Polish Poland website:
- Information on and an old image of the Synagogue in Kattowitz / Katowice.
- Old photographs of Katowice during the communist period.