The museum is the first and only one in the world to offer a Yiddish audio guide.
All strands of Jewish life came together to survive in Warsaw, from Hasidim to converts and everything in between.
One of the exhibit objects – a simple pair of scissors from that period – show us exactly what a typical tool used by Jews looked like.
The assailants outside of a Warsaw nightclub shouted “f**k Israel” and “Free Gaza” as they beat the students.
A Holocaust historian puts to bed the myth that Jews in the Holocaust went to their deaths like “sheep to slaughter.”
A Holocaust survivor remembers the first Warsaw Ghetto Uprising memorial service; how children of survivors in New York will mark the occasion
The study of Jewish history had two goals: To create an objective picture of the Jewish past and to defend the Jewish people from anti-Semitic libels.
One is a Polish journalist. The other is a Jewish student in Warsaw. Watch as they walk the streets of Poland and talk candidly about anti-Semitism.
Jewish history is an important part of Polish history.
Simcha Rotem’s letters to his wartime girlfriend were published in a biography of her, without his consent.