Ghetto Stories: Orthodox Jewish boys study the Hebrew Talmud in the Jewish area of Warsaw, 1938.

The Personal Stories of the Warsaw Ghetto

While an older generation of German historians focused on the crimes of the perpetrators of the Holocaust, a younger generation has turned to the stories of the victims. Opinion editor Gal Beckerman sits down with Dr. Andrea Löw, the author of a new book, Das Warschauer Getto, about everyday life within the Warsaw Ghetto.

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