Nazi Invasion of Poland in 1939: Images and Documents from the Harrison Forman Collection


During his career, Harrison Forman worked as a foreign correspondent for a number of media outlets, including the New York Times and NBC. The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee holds over 98,000 of his photographs, and so far they have created thematic collections from his travels to Afghanistan, Tibet, and China. This rather unique addition contains over 90 photographs taken by Forman in Poland during 1939. The homepage features a scrolling slideshow of the images, and after watching for a few moments, visitors will want to go ahead and use the search engine to look for specific items. Visitors are also encouraged to browse through the photographs, or perform a more advanced search. The collection also includes Forman's article "Filming the Blitzkrieg" and a selection of related newspaper clippings.

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