dr Agnieszka Haska
Conference in Wannsee — 20.01.1942
In 1914 a pharmaceutical factory-owner, decided to invest his earned money into an elegant villa with a garden.
66th anniversary of discovering of the second part of the Archive
On December 1st 1950 during the construction works in Muranów, the 2nd part of the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto was found.
„Syn Szawła”: spojrzenie na piekło
22 stycznia br. na ekrany polskich kin wchodzi nominowany do Oscara i nagrodzony w Cannes węgierski film „Syn Szawła” w reżyserii László Nemesa.
74 Anniversary of the Wannsee Conference
74 years ago Nazi officials met in the white villa in outskirts of Berlin to discuss the „final solution of the Jewish question”.
From one room to the Internet — The Central Jewish Library
The idea of creating a Central Judaic Library, a library containing any books, writings and documents connected to Judaism, is 155 years old. The collection was modest at first, limited to one room, however before the war it grew to 30 thousand books and its own building. The Central Judaic Library was destroyed during the Holocaust. Now, in the 21st century the CJL exists once more — this time in digital form. This is its history.
Last days of Emanuel Ringelblum
On 7th March, 1944 at 81 Grójecka Street came officers from the Gestapo accompanied by blue police from police force no 23rd.