Three pictures of pre-war Sommerfeld, since 1945, Lubsko, Lubuskie, Poland.
Sommerfeld in to Lubsko
At the Potsdam Conference in 1945 the previously German town of Sommerfeld became part of Poland and was renamed Lubsko. The German population was expelled and their place taken by Poles from central Poland and from lands lost to Poland under the same agreement and which were now part of Ukraine.
Lubsko is a town in the Lubuskie Voivodeship of western Poland. Its current population is just over 14,000.
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- Old images and information on the nearby Guben / Gubin.