5th October 2017
Barczewo. A Lapidarium for the 270th Anniversary of the Community
On the occasion of the ceremony, the “Synagoga” Art Gallery received an exceptional gift – a fragment of the Torah.
20th September 2017
New Virtual Shtetl
In tribute to Jurek's memory and to the memory of all the Jews who inhabited the Polish lands.
12th September 2017
‘A cauldron’ on Miła Street
„Żyłam przecież tak samo, jak wszyscy inni nadzieją, że przecież kiedyś owa potworna „akcja” musi się skończyć. Trwała już półtora miesiąca”
30th August 2017
105th anniversary of Anda Eker's birth
This year marks the 105th anniversary of Anda Eker's birth, Polish-Jewish poet, author of children's literature.
22nd August 2017
Reminiscences on Doctor Ruta Sakowska (1922-2011)
She was merited researcher of the Holocaust.
19th August 2017
„Nie masz już, nie masz w Polsce żydowskich miasteczek”
‘Gone now are, gone are in Poland the Jewish villages’ Antoni Słonimski, Elegia miasteczek żydowskich (Elegy for the little Jewish towns)] ...
10th August 2017
Hasidic Centre in Radomsko
This week saw the opening of a Hasidic Centre in Radomsko. Within two years the establishment will expand to include a synagogue, a hotel and ...
9th August 2017
The star went out... Marysia (Miriam) Ajzensztadt
Exactly 75 years ago it was the eighteenth day of the Great Action. During those monstrous days, there were also cases when people taken to th...
6th August 2017
They killed me today, I'm still alive, but I won’t last much longer
‘They killed me today, I'm still alive, but I won’t last much longer’ – these words the dying painter, Roman Kramsztyk, allegedly spoke to Sam...
4th August 2017
Today I saw Janusz Korczak / as he was walking with the children in the final march...
(Władysław Szlengel, A page from the ‘Action’ diary) ‘The Action’ continues. [...] Yesterday [7 August] - as they narrate - devoured yet ot...
4th August 2017
Beyond words. The anniversary of prisoners’ revolt in the Treblinka II death camp
‘It is estimated that 900,000 people were killed in Treblinka. We have documented some 4,000 first names and surnames of victims. That's a tin...