Published by the Auschwitz Museum, the presentation of text, photographs, charts, maps and graphics tells readers about how the Germans set out to murder the town’s Jews, expel the remaining Poles and turn the town into a city built specially for the SS – ‘Musterstadt Auschwitz.
Most municipalities in Poland have a standard epidemiological situation, which enables school directors to prepare for a return to traditional lessons, Education Minister Dariusz Piontkowski has said.
The painting was held in the collections of the National Museum in Warsaw before the outbreak of the war. It will now be kept in strict quarantine for a week before undergoing conservation and taking its place in the gallery among other paintings by Malczewski.
With remote learning currently being the new norm, a geography teacher from Poznań turned potentially dry lectures into fun interactive lessons with her ‘Geography with guinea pigs’ (Geografia z świnkami) channel.
The Wrocław firms are providing local orphanages with computers so that children there can participate in online lessons while schools in Poland remain closed due to the coronavirus.
An online lesson presenting the fate of Jews held in the Litzmannstadt Ghetto, set up in the Nazi German-occupied central Polish city of Łódź during World War II, was posted on the Auschwitz Museum's website on Monday.