Research Mapping Jewish Hiding Places in the Holocaust Wins World's Largest History Prize

The research by historian Natalia Romik located and mapped 20 sites in Poland and Ukraine where Jews hid during World War II to become one of nine winners of the prestigious Dan David Prize

Ofer Aderet
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A Polish historian, who is researching the hiding places of Jews in Poland and Ukraine during the Holocaust, is one of the nine winners of the Dan David Prize for this year. The $300,000 prize is awarded by the Dan David Foundation, headquartered at Tel Aviv University, to historians “who illuminate the human past in bold and creative ways.”

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