A memorial site for a mass execution of Jews during World War II in Rabka, Poland. Judy Maltz

The Self-appointed, non-Jewish ‘Guardians of Jewish Memory’ in Poland

In small towns and villages around the country, a network of 90 non-Jews are taking it upon themselves to raise awareness about a Jewish history wiped out by the Holocaust. The third in a series of special reports

RABKA, Poland – While flipping through the pages of a book a friend had recommended on Jews in this town who survived the Holocaust, Narcyz Listkowski was startled to find a picture of his own house.

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