Rokhl’s Golden City: Tracing two stories of wartime heroism in Warsaw
Israeli cuisine finds fans in the Polish capital. But can traditional Ashkenazi cuisine return to the place where it once flourished?
The surprising story of how the sixth Chabad rabbi made it out of Warsaw
An astonishing true story of a man’s encounter with fate
Democracy in Poland: The land of resistance finds itself once again under threat of totalitarianism, this time from within
May Day: How Polish filmakers documented and interpreted the ‘March Emigration,’ an ‘anti-Zionist’ purge in communist Warsaw 50 years ago
Jew-hatred is a form of derangement that, if unchecked, will destroy the societies that practice it
An amputated leg, a bitten-off penis, a 600-pound wrestler, and the great tonsil riot, among other examples of humanity’s glorious ineptitude, in ‘Bad Rabbi: And Other Strange But True Stories from the Yiddish Press’
Will we do it again?
A daughter of the resistance notes the true inspiration of the survivors: their refusal to disconnect from the past
A story of life in the Warsaw Ghetto
Former Polish foreign minister, an Auschwitz survivor, masterminded Poland’s relations with Germany and the Jews
Tablet traveled to the Polish capital in 2013 for that year’s commemorations
Exhibit at Warsaw Zoo details Jan and Antonina Zabinski’s wartime acts
Museum of the History of Polish Jews unveils sprawling core exhibit
Visiting Warsaw with my uncle, I saw a different part of WWII history
There were more than 40 events this year celebrating Jewish culture
The looted matzevot had been used to build a structure in a city park
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