As a result of the Holocaust, 90% of Polish Jews were killed and the country lost a significant part of its cultural identity. However, the lives of those who were saved were gradually rebuilt, including in Warsaw. The situation of Polish Jews post-war however remained unstable. Many of them changed their names to more Polish-sounding ones, many started working for the authorities.
This guide will take you in the footsteps of the Jewish minority in Warsaw, via synagogues, prayer houses and cultural centers (also post-war). Listen also to the tales of the places where the Jewish inhabitants of Warsaw fought and survived during the Nazi occupation.
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