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The book was created on the occasion of one of the exhibitions of photographs by the most famous Polish sports photographer, Leszek Fidusiewicz, and his friends who were invited to contribute. It features iconic photographs and their artistic interpretation by his friends artists.
Our third album in the MOTO RETRO series features the fleet of the Second Polish Republic. When Poland re-emerged on the map of Europe as an independent country following World War I, it simultaneously gained a 140-kilometre-long strip of the Baltic coast and immediately began the construction of strategic shipbuilding hubs.
The second album in our MOTO RETRO series is dedicated to aviation in interwar Poland.
The first album in our MOTO RETRO series is dedicated to cars and motorbikes which used to fill the streets and roads of pre-war Poland.
Children in the Polish People’s Republic” is an album containing stunning photographs of the world of children in the Polish People’s Republic. The photographer — Wiesław Zieliński — tells a story of this magical period of life, bringing back childhood memories to everyone who were kids in the 1960s and 1970s.
Another album of photographs by one of the most acclaimed European photojournalists, Chris Niedenthal, devoted to a particular period of the Polish history – the martial law.
Wyjątkowy album wydany z okazji 40. rocznicy pamiętnego Sierpnia ’80 poświęcony strajkom na Wybrzeżu, które trwale zapisały się w historii, dając początek wolnej Polsce.
The subject of another album from the FOTO RETRO (RETRO PHOTO) series is Vilnius – the capital and the main cultural centre of Lithuania.
1940s Warsaw, the first volume of a new series FOTO RETRO by Wydawnictwo Bosz, is the result of cooperation with the National Digital Archives. This is a unique illustrated book that overcomes stereotypes and tells the story of the capital of Poland in pictures.
Lovers of old Warsaw and particularly its Praga borough will be delighted with this album. A collection of so far unpublished photographs of Praga in the 1970s, it features the residents of the borough ad other varsovians in social situations, and especially in the unique, now legendary milieu of the Różycki and Szmulek Bazaars, which constituted the semi-legal business underbelly of communist Poland.
This album on Polish museums, compiled under the guidance of Dorota Folga-Januszewska, a distinguished expert on the subject, presents the history, present-day situation, and future prospects of Poland’s museums, focusing on the principal institutions and their collections, their most treasured exhibits, and new ideas in museum development.
What did Polish roads, towns, villages look like a hundred year ago? What faces and clothes did the lens of an old camera catch? What events, customs, and places have been preserved in the yellowish, faded photographs found in the State Archives? Just open this album to see.