The project of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland and the Jewish Community of Warsaw.
On April 19, 2021 the monument commemorating the Oneg Shabbat group was unveiled at Nowolipki 28 in Warsaw. The project was organized by the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland and Stacja Muranów.
Conservation of part of the Jewish Historical Institute collection has been supported by our Association since 2013.
A subsidy for the Association of Friends and Graduates of Szczekociny High School.
The town was filled with the sound of Jewish music, the participants could also join the prayer or admire an artistic installation.
This countrywide educational program is aimed at secondary school students in Poland.
Oneg Shabbat group preserved memories of Jews imprisoned in the Warsaw ghetto and their death in the extermination camps.
This annual event has been organized for several years by the Social and Cultural Association of Jews in Poland in cooperation with POLIN Museum.
Delet portal (Hebrew: door) gathers scanned documents from the Ringelblum Archive and interactive tools for developing educational materials – lessons, workshops and curated tours.
A novel by Chava Rosenfarb about multicultural Łódź was first published in Yiddish in 1972.
“Jewish History Quarterly” is a continuation of “The Biulletin of the Jewish Historical Institute”, a magazine, which was published from November 1950 to the last quarter of 2000.
The annual publication of the Polish Center for Holocaust Research, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Science.
Central Jewish Library is a website that presents collections of the Jewish Historical Institute and the Association of the JHI in a digital form.
Restoring the Jewish Cemetery in Szczebrzeszyn is a project of the Association of the Second Generation – Descendants of Holocaust Survivors in Warsaw.
Since 2013 the Association has been supporting the conservation of the Jewish Historical Institute’s collection through grants given in the grant contests.
Studia Judaica, vols. 40 and 41, was published by the Polish Association for Jewish Studies (PTSŻ).
More than 30 years of work, 45 thousand
of document cards, 40 thousand
photographs, a few hundred meters
of documents gathered in binders.
Our Association supported the statutory activity of the Association of Jewish Combatants and Victims of World War II.
The publication will focus on the history and meaning of Nalewki street. It is a book of remembrance after the place, which before the war was the center of Yiddishkeit.