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Knesset Deputy Speaker in Skulsk, His Ancestors' Shtetl

Knesset Deputy Speaker in Skulsk, His Ancestors' Shtetl

Added 2016-04-29

Yesterday, a square in Skulsk was named after the Jewish Kotowski family. A commemorative plaque was unveiled by Knesset Deputy Speaker Hilik Bar. A

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Simcha Jewish Culture Festival already for the 18th time

Simcha Jewish Culture Festival already for the 18th time

Added 2016-04-28

The Simcha Jewish Culture Festival will start in Wrocław on 28 May 2016. The leading theme of its 18th edition will be Lower Silesian Jews and their cultural

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Do Warsaw Residents Miss Jews? Football Fans Helped Paint a Mural

Do Warsaw Residents Miss Jews? Football Fans Helped Paint a Mural

Added 2016-04-27

“I miss you, Jew” – this 30-meter-long slogan was painted on a wall near the Warsaw University Library yesterday. The mural was made at the initiative

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Pesach in Biskupiec After Nearly 80-Year Break

Pesach in Biskupiec After Nearly 80-Year Break

Added 2016-04-26

A group of Israelis took part in a Seder in Biskupiec. It was probably the first celebration of Pesach in the town since the times of Kristallnacht. Biskupiec

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Zamenhof Centre No Longer Needed

Zamenhof Centre No Longer Needed

Added 2016-04-26

In a few months, The Ludwik Zamenhof Centre will disappear from the map of Białystok. Yesterday, the city council voted for its liquidation and subsequent

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Martin Gray, the Author of For Those I Loved, Passed Away

Martin Gray, the Author of For Those I Loved, Passed Away

Added 2016-04-26

Martin Gray, a Holocaust survivor and the author of numerous books, including his best-selling autobiography For Those I Loved has passed away. Marting

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Probably Most Neglected Jewish Cemetery in Mazovia Cleaned

Probably Most Neglected Jewish Cemetery in Mazovia Cleaned

Added 2016-04-25

Twenty-one people cleaned the Jewish cemetery in Tarczyn (Mazowieckie province) last weekend. They still have a lot of work to do. The condition of

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Sefer Serock Now in Polish

Sefer Serock Now in Polish

Added 2016-04-25

The Book of Serock. Indelible stories has been published. The book presents the history of Serock through the eyes of its Jewish inhabitants. In

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