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Photographs
Frantiskovy Lazne/Franzensbad, Czech Republic
1940
Gelatin silver print
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A set of small tourist photographs (some missing) from 1940 when the Czech spa town of Frantiskovy Lazne was in Germany, during which time it was called Franzensbad. The images included panoramas of the town, various public buildings, gardens, a memorial to Johann Goethe, various spa buildings, statues, bathing beaches, and lakes. There are several images of Adolf Hitler-Kurplatz (Adolf Hitler Concert Square).

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Nick Colevins Family Papers

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9 Related Subjects

Franzensbad, Bohemia (Greater Reich)
Germany; World War, 1939-1945

Františkovy Lázně (Czech Republic)


Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic


Resorts


Gardens


Buildings


Lakes


Skyline


Germany


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