The History of interwar Poland comprises the period from the re-recreation of the independent Polish state in 1918, until the joint Invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939 at the onset of World War II. The two decades of Poland’s sovereignty between the world wars are known as the Interbellum.
Police Dog Training at the Citadel, Warsaw, 1929
Costumes from Kashuby, Truskawiec, 1933
Street musician, Poznan, 1932
P. Kriese from Lodz closed in the glass cabinet while beating the world record in the length of fasting. Poznan, 1929
Hairdressing Competition in Warsaw, 1932
“Torpedo podhalańska” at the train station in Zakopane.
Double four wheeled vehicle with manual presented in Krakow before the Barbican. 1925
Opening of the bus line Krakow-Katowice, 1937
Street vendor, Warsaw, 1931
Chmielna in Warsaw, 1926
The National Museum in Krakow, 1930.
Leon Tomaszkiewicz on a motorcycle “Ariel” on the Main Market Square in Krakow, 1929.
Felix Nazarewicz performing stunts at high altitude, Krakow, 1928
Pilot Joseph Orlowski gets off the plane. Warsaw, 1933
A group of boys during dubbing firecrackers at trams on the tracks, Warsaw, 1933
Fans on the trees during football match TS Wisla Krakow – Chelsea FC. Krakow,1936
Floriańska Street in Krakow, 1936
View from the top to the south of the Royal Castle. Visible flying Polish military airship “Lech”.
Nowy Świat street in Warsaw, 1934
Wybrzeże Gdańskie after the reconstruction. Warsaw, 1938.
Armoured Battalion in Poznan, 1931