Shmuel Zygielbojm. I can neither be silent nor live
Temporary exhibition 11.05-22.07.2018
On the night of 11 – 12 May 1943, Shmuel Zygielbojm took his own life. He had left three farewell letters addressed to the President and Prime Minister of Poland in exile, to his brother Faivel, who lived in Johannesburg, and to his fellow party members in the United States.
I. Letter to President Władysław Raczkiewicz and to Prime Minister Władysław Sikorski, The Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum – London.
Mr. President, Mr. Prime Minister,
Please allow me to address my last words to you. And through you, to the government and people of Poland, to the Allied governments and nations, and to the conscience of the world.
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