A photograph of ulica Wyszyńskiego in Myślibórz (former Soldin), Poland, c.1965.
A selection of post-war images of the small town of Myslibórz (former: Soldin) in the far west of Poland.
The Kino Slonce (cinema) in Mysliborz, western Poland, c.1965.
Some things you may not know about Myślibórz:
- Prior to 1945 Myślibórz was called Soldin and part of the German province of Neumark.
- Mysliborz is now part of the province of Zachodniopomorskie (Western Pomerania).
- The closest large city to Mysliborz is Gorzów, which is about 35 km south-east.
- Mysliborz has a population of just over 11,000.
Socialist-era housing and part of the medieval city walls in Mysliborz, c.1970.
An interactive map of the Myślibórz area of Zachodniopomorsie (Westrn Pomerania).
Related content on Polish Poland: old images of pre-war Soldin / Myślibórz.
A very early lithographic postcard sent from Soldin / Mysliborz, to Landsberg / Gorzów in 1900.
Half a dozen pre-war images of Soldin in what was at that point in history the German province of Neumark / East Brandenburg. The town is now called Myślibórz and located in Zachodniopomorskie, Western Pomerania, Poland.
An unidentified parade through Soldin / Myślibórz, sometime in the 1910s.
The Catholic Church in Soldin / Mysliborz, c.1922.
The war memorial (denkmal) commemorating those who died from Soldin / Mysliborz in the 1914 – 1918 war.
An aerial photographic postcard view of Soldin / Mysliborz taken in 1930
A photograph of the Town Hall in Soldin / Myślibórz in the late 1930s. Note the Nazi flag flying above.
- Pre-war archive images of the nearby city of Landsberg an der Warthe / Gorzów.
- Post-war images of and information on Myślibórz.