No Longer Hiding From Nazis or Communists, the Jews of Poland Come Out of the Closet

A new generation – many whose families have only recently emerged from the shadows – must grapple with Polish-Jewish identity and their country’s legacy of hatred and horror. The Cossacks Aren't Coming: A special series on the future of European Jews.

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KRAKOW, Poland — At the center of the main memorial held here on January 27 to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz were nearly 300 survivors. They were seated in front, and it was...