It used to be German during the Second World War and was called Lipine
Historically wrong. The town was German before WW1 and was known as Lipine, Schlesiengrube or Schwientochlowitz (of which it became part of). 51.9% of the population voted to stay within the German Reich after the war, but the town was given to the newly created Poland.
Some old postcards from the area: youtube.com/watch?v=ITUbeXZhI4c