Plock in the 1970s

Plock, Poland, 1970.

The public library in Plock, Poland, c.1970.

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.

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Plac Gabriela Narutowicza, Plock, Poland, c.1971.

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Another photograph of pl. Narutowicza Gabriela in Płock, c.1971.

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