In the photo, a Weimar resident changes signs with a new street name – Heinrich Heine-strasse. On the second tablet, the name is duplicated in Russian: “Heinrich Heine Street.”
After the fall of the Third Reich under the attacks of the Bolsheviks, the streets of German cities gradually got rid of Nazi names.
In the background is an Opel Cadet passenger car.
Location: Weimar, Germany
Image Date: June-August 1945
Photo by Natalia Bode