Two multiview postcards from the early 1970s showing six different locations in Olsztyn, Poland.
Olsztyn (Allenstein) is the capital of the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship in the north-east of Poland. Its current population is around 175,000.
Płock (Yiddish: Plotzk) is a city on the Vistula river, in central Poland. Its population is currently around 130,000. The Nazis established a Jewish ghetto in Płock in 1940 and from a population of more than 10,000 only 300 Jews survived the war.
Related content on Polish Poland: Old early 20th century images of Płock.
A picture postcard featuring four different photographs of Siemianowice in the 1970s.
Siemianowice is a town with a population of around 75,000, and is today, very much a northern suburb of the large city of Katowice. It is part of the Silesian Voivodeship of southern Poland. Siemianowice is probably most famous as the town where the internationally known Progressive Rock band SBB was formed in the early 1970s.