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Polish Atrocities Against the German Minority in Poland 

This rare photo book documents the polish atrocities against ethnic Germans who lived in Poland who were butchered, tortured, mutilated and killed in cold blood by the Polish people! 
It has dozens of witness reports, Police protocols, post-mortem examination reports and photos as well as a lot of the horrendous photos showing the killed men, women and children!

One of the worst places with the highest number of killed "Volksdeutsche" (ethnic German population in Poland) is the Polish town Bromberg which became infamous for the so called Bromberger Blutsonntag (Blood Sunday of Bromberg). 


  • 311 pages
  • 76 Cases of typical atrocities
  • 34 Personal accounts of survivors
  • ~60 b/w photos
  • Announcements of dead and missing
  • 33 forensic photos
  • survey map of most important places of murder

In fair exterior and fair interior condition
Boards soiled and worn, backstrip reinforced with tape, inner hinges taped, one photo plate has drawn square boxes in ink, a few photo pages have been reinserted with tape into binding, book block lightly crushed, otherwise ok.
Not in best condition, but historically significant records from special provenance.

All pages are complete.

Approx/Measurements: 10-1/4" x 8"  ~2 lbs.

Edited and published by order of the Foreign Office


Airmail Airmail shipping with recorded delivery to any destination in the world: $15.95