Three pre-war pictures of Sorau in former Silesia / Lausitz, since, the end of World War Two, Sorau has been named Zary and is part of the province of Lubuskie in Western Poland.
Sorau into Zary
As a result of the Potsdam Conference and the adoption of the Oder-Neisse border in 1945, Sorau, which had been part of Lausitz and East Brandenburg, was renamed Zary, and the town became part of Poland.
Żary is a town in the Lubuskie Voivodeship of western Poland. It’s population is currently just under 40,000.