Singer and dancer Montana Tucker was spurred into action after telling her followers about her grandparents who survived the Holocaust and being shocked at the anti-Semitic reaction.
Entitled Ocalona z Auschwitz [Saved from Auschwitz], award-winning author Nina Majewska-Brown said she was inspired to write the novelisation after being contacted by the couple’s granddaughter who wanted the story to reach a wider audience.
Entitled Honey Cakes and Latkes: Recipes from the Old World, the cookbook is not about what prisoners were forced to eat in the camp but rather an affirmation of life, before and after the camp, told through the unifying medium of food recipes.
One of Poland’s major chroniclers of the Holocaust, Posmysz survived three years in German captivity to become an award-winning journalist and author.
United by the slogan ‘Honour and Glory to the Heroes’ the series is divided into two types of posters - one depicting colourised photos showing scenes from 78 years ago, while the second group are portraits of living insurgents holding their own wartime photographs.
In the first biography ever to be written about Eugenia Pol, who went under the name Genowefa Pohl during the war, author Błażej Torański spent several years in the archives of the Institute of National Remembrance in Łódź analysing thousands of pages of trial files, testimonies and photographs.
Opened on the initiative of former prisoners on 2 July, 1947, the history of the museum has now been documented in the new album divided into six sections and entitled '75 years of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum and Memorial'.
The museum said that social media posts claiming to show anti-Russian stickers placed around the site of the former WWII German death camp were fake and a ‘manipulation.’
Staff at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum were carrying out preservation work on the thousands of relics in its collection when they came across the extraordinary discovery.
The March of the Living is a mournful event, but it also symbolises life, Poland's president said on Thursday after participating in the annual event on the memorial site of the World War II Nazi-German Auschwitz death camp in south Poland.