70th anniversary of the Kielce pogrom
Memorable Shavuot in the Great Synagogue in Tłomackie
„At 9:30 at the synagogue in Tłomackie. I brought the Torah, and twice went around the synagogue with it. At the end of the holiday in the synagogue (Pentecost) a cantor collapsed (paralysis)”.
75. anniversary of blowing up the Great Synagogue in Warsaw
On 16th May, 1943 not only the most impressive synagogue in Warsaw but also the entire Jewish district ceased to exist. Destruction of the synagogue was a symbolic act of the triumph over the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, which had been ongoing since 19th April 1943. The person responsible for the bloody suppression of the uprising was Jürgen Stroop. In his report he wrote down a characteristic sentence, “Es gibt keinen jüdischen Wohnbezirk in Warschau mehr!”
The death of Anielewicz and the Jewish Combat Organization (ŻOB)
On 8th May, 1943, the Germans discovered the bunker of the Jewish Combat Organization (ŻOB).
An article about the Oneg Szabat Program in the monthly magazine „Memoria”
The memory of the Shoah, concentration camps, extermination centers and other areas of the human tragedy of World War II is being created around the world in many places and by several people. The mission of the monthly magazine „Memoria” published by Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum is to preserve Memory. About the Oneg Szabat Program write authors and coordinators of the Program.
New documents at the „What we were unable to shout out to the world” permanent exhibition
From April 2018, new documents of the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto are available at the permanent exhibition.
Shmuel Zygielbojm. I can neither be silent nor live
Temporary exhibition at the Jewish Historical Institute between 11 May and 22 July 2018.