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Lost World: A painting by Gela Seksztajn of a young girl in the Warsaw Ghetto. Seksztajn did not survive the war, but her paintings did.

Remembering How Polish Jews Lived, Not Just How They Died

A new museum in Warsaw preserves the 1,000-year history of Polish Jewry. One of its funders argues it’s important to remember a world before the Holocaust.

March of Living Must Embrace Life

Each year in April, thousands of Jewish youngsters from Israel and the Diaspora make a pilgrimage to the sites of the Nazi death camps in Poland, to commemorate the millions murdered, to remember and never to forget. The March of the Living has become one of the most important international Jewish events, a practical implementation of Emil