You can read a lot from the photo.
There is an old wardrobe in the background. I could find such wardrobes together with other Poles in front of their houses every Tuesday, where wealthy Germans were supposed to display unnecessary, but quite useful items. In the center there is a bulky man, on his left an elderly woman, certainly a mother, old women probably dress the same everywhere in the world, whether in Turkey or Poland, a small wife on the right, with a blonde girl, the smallest of company, inside a girl with a little scared pattern; three of them have clothes from the same roll to keep it cheaper. On the right side of the photo, a serious, short-cut boy in a yellow t-shirt, barefoot.
This boy is Uğur Şahin, who roughly 50 years later led the team that developed the Covid-19 vaccine. Doctor and entrepreneur, wealth over 5 billion Euro, born in Turkey, married to a Turkish woman, Özl Türeci, also a doctor and scientist. You can call them Germans, but it makes no sense: they are Turks, Turkish refugees or emigrants.
Obviously, I dedicate the photograph to those of my countrymen who refuse entry to refugees because I believe that emigrants spread disease, crime and terrorism.