The exhibition explores the fascinating and tragic history of a city district that refused to die.
The find which includes precious goblets, vases, tableware and cutlery is thought to have belonged to Jewish families before the war and may have been stolen from them by occupying German forces.
The release of the letters marks the 80th anniversary of the first transport of Polish prisoners to Auschwitz.
The exhibition also explores the artist’s life as a Jew in 20th-century Poland.
Jewish tombstones were used to line the banks and bottom of the lake.
The unusual discovery which includes knives, forks, scissors, tools, pieces of leather and parts of shoes was made at the former main camp Auschwitz I during work in block 17, which was used to house prisoners who worked outside the camp.
On September 1 the Lauder-Morasha School Complex in Warsaw, the first group of Jewish schools founded in post-communist Poland, will open a grammar school. Its patron will be Zuzanna Ginczanka, a Polish-Jewish poet killed by the Nazis in 1944.
By providing a face to one of the millions of Holocaust victims the project has touched people around the world.
Audacious and courageous Niuta Tajtelbaum would use her good looks to bypass guards in order to carry out her deadly work.
Operation Arsenal, which took place 77 years ago today, was to go down in history as one of the most daring prison breaks of the Second Word War. And yet few have ever heard of it. TFN's Joanna Jasińska looks back at the events surrounding one of WWII's lesser-known bitter-sweet triumphs.