Permanent exhibition „What we were unable to shout out to the world”
On the exhibition we present to the public – for the first time – documents collected by the secret group Oneg Shabbat. The exhibition is one of the key elements of the Oneg Szabat program.
He created the memory of the nation
Emanuel Ringelblum the founder of unique in occupied Europe the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto was born on 21st of November, 1900.
Dr Eleonora Bergman and Prof. Tadeusz Epsztein awarded with the Jan Karski and Pola Nireńska Prize for 2017
On 14 November, the Jewish Historical Institute held the Jan Karski and Pola Nireńska Prize ceremony. This year, the laureates of the Prize are Dr Eleonora Bergman and Prof. Tadeusz Epsztein, scientific editors of the complete edition of the Ringelblum Archive.
Official opening of the permanent exhibition
On 14 November, President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda and his Wife took part in the official opening of the permanent exhibition „What we were unable to shout out to the world”, presenting original documents from the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Keeping the memory of Oneg Szabat group and Ringelblum Archive alive.
An article about Oneg Szabat program in „Memoria” — a new monthly online magazine dedicated to Memory.
Permanent exhibition „What we were unable to shout out to the world” dedicated to the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto and to its creators
On 16 November, the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute and the Association of the JHI of Poland will present to the public – for the first time – documents collected by the secret group Oneg Shabbat. The exhibition is one of the key elements of the Oneg Szabat program.
The launch of the Delet (Hebrew: ‘door’) educational portal
The portal publishes materials from the entire collection dedicated to the Oneg Shabbat group as well as works of art. The project is an initiative of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland in partnership with the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute.
This is a treasure which belongs to all of us and we have to protect it...
Anna Majchrowska in conversation with Piotr Wiślicki, Board President of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, about the Ringelblum Archive, the Oneg Szabat program and the most important tasks of the Association.
To dig out this great treasure and to scream out the truth...
The Oneg Szabat Program for 2017–2025 begins.
Words extracted from the ground
On 18th September, 1946 from under the rubble of a house at Nowolipki 68 on the area of the former ghetto, ten metal containers were excavated.
„I was one of those who buried the treasure...”
The night of 3rd August, 1942. Izrael Lichtensztajn and his two students are burying boxes with the first part of the documents assembled at the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto.
„Our sacrifice and the life in fear have not been in vain”
74 years ago BBC radio broadcast informed the world on the extermination of Polish Jews. The report was based on files provided by Oneg Shabbat.
The Testimony of the Unwilling Gravedigger Jakub Grojnowski
The first report from the Chełmno nad Nerem death camp.
How do we acquire knowledge of life and struggle in the Warsaw Ghetto?
Jewish Historical Institute has in its possession a collection of documents of great significance.
Anniversary of Emanuel Ringelblum’s death
Emanuel Ringelblum did not carry grenades, did not pick up a gun, did not fight in the uprising. In a gesture of equally heroic resistance, he used all his knowledge and determination to make it possible for future generations to learn the truth.