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Congregants children seeing the Torah in the ark after services. EcChaim Synagogue Warsaw 2013.

2019-09-13T04:47:42+00:00September 13th, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

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Heartbreaking secret diary of ‘Polish Anne Frank’ murdered by Nazis to finally be published after lying in bank vault for 70 years

2019-09-13T04:39:48+00:00September 13th, 2019|Life in Poland, News and Culture|

original link: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9909802/holocaust-victim-polish-anne-frank-diary-published/
Renia Spiegel’s journal ran to almost 700 pages, beginning from January 1939 and ending when she was murdered by German troops in July 1942 after being discovered hiding in an attic.

For obvious reasons the book has been compared to the diary of Anne Frank, who was also forced to hide from the Nazis, but was eventually found and sent to a death camp where she died.

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Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett’s Upcoming Lecture Schedule

2019-09-13T05:13:49+00:00September 13th, 2019|News from the US, POLIN Museum|

Adath Israel Synagogue, Toronto, September 18, 2019
The Future of the Holocaust in a World Without Survivors
Living witnesses to the Holocaust play a central role in Holocaust education whether in Holocaust museums commemorations or visits to Holocaust sites. Notwithstanding the many diaries memoirs and sound and video recordings of survivor testimony the impact of encounters with living survivors is unparalleled. However a period without living witnesses to the Holocaust is fast approaching. How are Holocaust museums preparing for that day? This […]

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Jewish Foundation for the Righteous honors non-Jewish Poles who saved Jews during the Holocaust

2019-09-12T00:28:39+00:00September 12th, 2019|Life in Poland, Tributes|

Original link: http://www.jta.org/quick-reads/jewish-foundation-for-the-righteous-honors-non-jewish-poles-who-saved-jews-during-the-holocaust

(JTA) — A U.S. Jewish foundation honored Polish non-Jews who rescued Jews during the Holocaust at an event in Warsaw.

Some 30 rescuers in their 80s and 90s attended the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous ceremony Sunday at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jewry.

“These are heroic people of exceptional character who risked their lives and often the lives of their families to save Jews during the Holocaust,” said Stanlee Stahl, the foundation’s executive vice […]

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