Scottish Centre of Conservation Studies. (2015). "Critical assessment of postwar cross-border heritage" by Anna Wojtun (GCHT), 2014 [sound]. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/243.
In post-1945 Poland, the re-urbanisation of heavily destroyed cities was tackled head-on by the communist regime. Of particularly unique circumstance were areas of a pre-war German nationality, then incorporated within borders of its Eastern neighbours. This was the case for the city of Wroclaw [former Breslau]. The presentation focuses on one of the Wroclaw Old Town’s newest markets, Nowy Targ Square [formerly Neumarkt] and provide a critical
assessment of its documents and records, tracking its redevelopment in the postwar era and bearing witness to the conflicted postwar dynamic of this its region.
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