and Polish Picture Archive
We offer a number of
photographic services in, for, and related
to Germany and Poland. Our
main areas of activity include:
A Unique Picture Library:
Publication-ready images from our
extensive collection of several thousand original photographs taken throughout
Germany and Poland between 1890 and 1950. Our picture
archive includes a large number of images of the German
invasion of Poland
High quality, professional, digital photography of Germany and Poland
as it is today. We have many thousands of stock photographs in our archive and offer a tailored photographic service
throughout the eastern part of Germany, and former German territories, now Western Poland. If you want a picture of a particular location or event, we can probably help.
Stock Picture Library
of Unique and Original Images of Germany and Poland between 1890 and 1950.
We own an extensive archive
of original negatives and photographs taken in Germany and Poland
between 1890 and 1950. Contact us with your requirements and we'll
let you know what we have together with prices.
Our prices start at just $ 10 for a
6x4 print on archival quality photographic paper.
Photography: photographs or
film of virtually any location in Germany and/or Poland.
photographs for researchers and historians; pictures for
designers and creative departments wanting photographic
stock for books, magazines, brochures, posters, billboards, as well as
still shots for TV and video and a whole range of specialist needs.
Genealogy and Ancestry
view our digital archive).
Some of the towns and cities in our
extensive and unique picture library include:
Berlin, Bydgoszcz (Bromberg), Chojna
(Koenigsberg), Choszczno (Arnswalde), Cottbus,
Debno (Neudamm), Dresden, Frankfurt Oder,
Gdansk (Danzig), Jelenia Gora
Stargard, Pyrzyce, Szczcecin (Stettin), Mysliborz
(Kustrin), Gorzow (Landsberg Warthe),
Legnica (Liegnitz), Miedzychod
Miedzyrzecz (Meseritz), Nuremburg (Nürnberg ), Poznan
(Schwerin), Swiebodzin, Sulechow, Torun
(Breslau) and Zielona Gora
To ask us a question about the availability of photographs of any
village or town in Germany or Poland, personality or event, or for
further details of our full range of services,
please contact us via: hejns [at] msn.com.
registered we will issue you a password to view our picture archive.
We primarily specialise in the former German
areas of Poland - Pomerania (Pommern), Brandenburg, Posen and Silesia
- but have an extensive archive representing most of
present-day Germany and
Other Useful stuff:
Pictures of Poland
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research, photography, translation, and guided tours in
the former German provinces of Brandenburg, Pomerania (Pommern),
Neumark, Posen, and Silesia for people of Polish, German
(Prussian) and Jewish extraction.