Rokhl’s Golden City: Rokhl Oyerbakh belatedly gains recognition for uncovering the truth about life in the Warsaw Ghetto
A new documentary about the brave archivists who kept a secret history of the Warsaw Ghetto shows how we can preserve the memory of the Holocaust after the last generation of survivors
Who gets to trifle with despair?
A new film tells the tale of Emanuel Ringelblum’s ‘Oyneg Shabes’ Archive, a trove of hidden materials that documented life in the Warsaw Ghetto
Marian Turski, the 91-year-old Polish Auschwitz survivor, on the new anti-Semitism, the moral force of lived experience, and the lingering power of humiliation
Seventy-five years ago today, the Nazis murdered a little-known relief worker, but his legacy lives on
A story of life in the Warsaw Ghetto
Władysław Szlengel, a forgotten Polish Jewish poet who wrote a verse celebrating Joe Louis’ 1938 victory over Max Schmeling, was once a celebrated and searing voice of the Warsaw Ghetto
In her third novel, Great House, Nicole Krauss tells interlocking stories united by a desk—and the weight of the 20th century
Once bustling, and long silent, Krakow’s streets sing anew
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