Preliminary information about the interviewee: came from Bialystok, sociological studies in Krakow, moving to Kielce to work in his brother's publishing house; a new phase in life in Kielce; 00:00:30 Earlier contact with Jewish subject matter - a flat in Bialystok next to the Jewish cemetery; cem
Interviewee’s involvement in the activities of the Jan Karski Society in recent years; 00:00:40 Reasons for delving into the matter of the Kielce pogrom - raising awareness, preventing similar tragedies; 00:05:42 Dealing with the tragedy of the Kielce pogrom - one of the goals of the Jan Karsk
Childhood, education, music school, 0:00:20 Studying in Kielce, starting a family, 0:02:41 Interest in playing in a band, audition to join a Klezmer band, 0:05:16 The “Chmielnikers” band, Meetings with Jewish Culture, 0:10:14 Grandparents, Jews in Gnojno before WWII, 0:12:40 Holidays at h
Childhood in the Piaski district in Białystok, remnants of war in Białystok, poverty of the Piaski district, 0:00:34 Multiculturalism of the district, Jews in Piaski during the childhood years of the Interviewee, Jewish acquaintances from Piaski, poverty in the district, 0:04:09 Mrs Zawistowsk
Ewa Kondrak i Maria Zając .
Maria Zając's first contact with Jewish issues through family conversations about the Kielce pogrom; 00:00:25 Ewa Kondrak's first contact with Jewish issues through her grandfather's stories about Jewish neighbours and colleagues from before the war; 00:02:50 Jews and the Kielce pogrom were era
The Polish Scout Association, participating in the September Campaign, beginnings of the underground activity, working against the communists after 1994, being assigned to Anders’ Army and to Green Berets, working with the Sikorski Institute, working for Radio Free Europe, 0:01:02 Childhood in