In 1947, Nachman Podróżnik (Nathan Drew) dictated his Holocaust survival story to his wife Hela (Helen). In it, he detailed his life in Second World War Poland describing the Soviet occupation, the German occupation and the creation of the Łomża Ghetto, his escape to Warsaw, and his life as a „counterfeit Pole” in the Polish capital city.
On the occasion of the Polish edition of the Nachman Podróżnik’s memoirs, Professor Andrzej Żbikowski will talk with Jerry Drew – the author’s son and Anna Jaroszuk – editor of the publication.
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The number of participants is limited!
The talk will be conducted in English.
The webinar will include a 45-minute discussion, followed by a 15-minute Q&A session.
The Polish edition of the memoir, entitled „Pozorowana tożsamość. Historia przetrwania pod okupacją nazistowską” published by the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute would not be possible without the financial support of the Drew family.
Please also visit the website: http://counterfeitpoles.com/.../show/witamy/welcomeiwitamy