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Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich

Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw


Irena Sendler - An Inspiration

As the years pass, the number of Holocaust survivors who can offer first-hand testimony about the horrors that they endured under Nazi persecution dwindles. World War II ended almost seventy years ago; even the youngest survivors are now in their seventies – most survivors are in their eighties and nineties. 712 more words


We will not die on our knees

Said by an inhabitant of the Warsaw ghetto, as recorded by Marek Edelman, who was there and one of those who lead the uprising.

The jews in the ghetto of Warsaw knew that they would die soon. 538 more words


Forced Laborers Under Nazi Oppression Might Finally Receive Pension Benefits

Submitted by Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor

There is an interesting article in Deutsche Welle describing the plight of forced laborers interned in Nazi ghettos such as that in Warsaw and other cities. 694 more words


The Zookeeper's Wife: A War Story by Diane Ackerman

My husband once remarked that certain books are better as articles (his “article theory”).  I felt that way about The Zookeeper’s Wife: A War Story… 465 more words


Exhibit - "Janusz Korczak - Educational Moments"

Mariola Strahlberg shares her pieces from her artwork in an exhibit of 14 posters is hanging in the Main Conference Room at the ground floor of the Finkelstein Memorial Lbrary, Spring Valley, NY. 122 more words

Flash in the Pan: Soldiers

Had any good flashes lately? Visit Flash in the Pan at the M3 Blog for inspiration!

The prompt for this piece is “Soldiers” with a limit of 75 words. 79 more words

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