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Moshe Shapiro, in Warsaw’s kosher kitchen after shabbat services held in the Beit Midrash on ul. Twarda. January 13, 1979.

2019-11-13T02:22:11+00:00November 1st, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

Polish Jews 2013 Sunday morning services during Sukkot in Nozyk Synagogue. Warsaw, Poland, Sept. 22, 2013. The Nozyk Synagogue was the only synagogue, of 400 in Warsaw, to remain intact thru WWII.

2019-10-17T20:39:36+00:00October 18th, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

Children playing with lulav and esrog during sukkot in the Nozyk Synagogue sukkah. Warsaw, Poland. Sept. 2013.

2019-11-11T03:43:57+00:00October 11th, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

Polish Jews 2014 Brit Milah (Bris) of 8-day-old Aaron Yosef Kowalski at the Isaac Synagogue in Krakow, Poland. The Isaac Synagogue was built in 1644. July 2014.

Sugihara House: Where a Japanese government official issued transit visas to Jews fleeing from Nazi-occupied Poland.

original link: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/sugihara-house

In an unassuming Art Deco house in Lithuania’s second-largest city, visitors can learn the extraordinary story of Chiune Sugihara, the only Japanese national to be included in the Righteous Among the Nations (the list of gentiles who risked their lives to help Jews during World War II compiled by Yad Vashem). Before the war, this building hosted the Japanese consulate in Kaunas, which was at that time the provisional capital of Lithuania. In […]

2019-10-02T21:11:04+00:00October 2nd, 2019|Life in Poland, News and Culture|