Unfulfilled hopes. The Jews of Warsaw and the Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, Alexander I
Where Art Thou? Gen 3:9. Temporary exhibition for the 80th anniversary of the closure of the Warsaw Ghetto
On November 16, 1940, the Warsaw ghetto was closed. 80 years ago, the city was divided into two parts by a wall. Jews trapped in the ghetto were separated from information, their relatives, verdure, trees or the view of the sky to the horizon. The exhibition „Where Art Thou? Gen 3:9” symbolically refers to this moment.
The Jewish Order Service (Jewish Police) in Warsaw
We invite you for the first of the „Polish Talk – Mondays with JHI” series of webinars. Discussion on The Jewish Order Service (Jewish Police) in Warsaw with the author Dr. Katarzyna Person will begin on November 9, 2020, Israel: 19:00 / Poland: 18:00.
Ringelblum’s Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto — History and Legacy
We invite you to a Zoom webinar about the Ringelblum Archive with Maria Ferenc (Jewish Historical Institute). The online lecture will be held in English and German on November 4, 7 pm CET.
78th anniversary of the extermination of Grajewo ghetto
On November 2, 1942, the Germans began annihiliation of the ghetto in Grajewo. It was part of the organized extermination of the Jewish population in the Białystok District.
From November 2, until further notice, the Jewish Historical Institute is closed to visitors
From November 2, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Jewish Historical Institute will be closed to visitors until further notice. Find out how to view our collections online.
Zmiany w regulaminie zwiedzania wystaw od 26 października 2020
Prosimy o zapoznanie się ze zmianami w regulaminie zwiedzania wystaw od 26 października 2020.