Three pre-war pictures of Ratibor, Upper Silesia, since 1945, Raciborz, Poland. Click on images to enlarge.
An old picture postcard of Railway Street, Ratibor, Silesia, c.1910.
At the end of the Second World War and after the decisions made at the Potsdam conference, Ratibor became part of Poland and was renamed Raciborz. The German population was expelled and their place taken by Poles from areas lost to Poland in what is now Ukraine.
Nine photographs of different locations around Ratibor when it was part of Germany in the 1920s.
The railway station in Ratibor (Raciborz), Upper Silesia (Slaskie), c.1937.
Racibórz (Ratibor) is a town in the Silesian Voivodeship of southern Poland. Its current population is just under 60,000.
Related content on Polish Poland: images of Racibórz during the communist period.
Communist era Raciborz
A photograph showing ulica Długa in Raciborz, Silesia ( śląskie), Poland, c.1965.
Several images of Raciborz (former Ratibor) as it looked during the communist-era.
An elevated view of the Rynek area of Raciborz, Silesia, Poland, c.1965.
A photograph of the central Rynek (Market) area in Raciborz, Upper Silesia, c.1971.
A photograph of ulica Odrzańska in Racibórz, województwo śląskie, c.1976.
Related: old pre-war images of Ratibor / Raciborz.