Life in Warsaw after the city was destroyed

'Warsaw, the Old Town' by Marek Zulawski, drawing, 1946

'Warsaw, the Old Town' by Marek Zulawski, drawing, 1946

After the Warsaw Uprising in the autumn of 1944, the Nazis spent the rest of WWII levelling the city. When the Germans surrendered in May 1945, the population of Warsaw was barely 1,000 people. The artist Marek Zulawski went back in May 1946 with his diary and sketchpad. He found a city in ruins slowing coming back to life. Now in ebook form for the first time, a brand-new translation of a moving and astonishing story - perfect for anybody looking to know more about Polish history or the Warsaw Uprising. Sign up free to get full access to Translating Marek:
  • Marek's account of life in a city of rubble
  • 15 original drawings made during his trip
  • Tales by survivors of the Warsaw Uprising
  • Future ebooks based on Marek's memoirs
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