Warsaw Ghetto memorial reflects a changing Poland
The Museum of the History of the Polish Jews, set to open its permanent exhibition next year, celebrates Jewish life in Poland before the Holocaust and confronts Poles with its own dark chapters of anti-Semitism.
Almost nothing remains of the old Warsaw Ghetto: just a half-dozen buildings, a synagogue, some fragments of brick wall. The rest was blown up by the Germans in their onslaught against the Jews who took up arms against them.
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