An exhibition entitled #StolenMemory, which presents the individual fates of victims of Nazi terror, opened on Tuesday on Bohaterów Getta (Heroes of the Ghetto) Square in Kraków (southern Poland).
A new film will show that Germans living nearby knew exactly what was going on but considered it part of everyday life and “didn't even feel anything was wrong.”
Best-known for refusing to escape the Warsaw Ghetto and instead choosing to accompany orphaned children in his care to the horrors of Treblinka German Nazi death camp where he was killed, Janusz Korczak was not only a devoted children’s rights campaigner but also an outstanding intellectual, author and military doctor. Today he would have been 140.
Testimonies by former inmates of the Ravensbruck Nazi-German concentration camp for women are a priceless gift for future generations, First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda said on Sunday at the camp's memorial site in Brandenburg, eastern Germany.