In May 2021, we have completed the next important phase of the long-term modernization project of the former Main Judaic Library building at 3/5 Tłomackie Street in Warsaw. We reserved a space within the special collection’s storehouse and created a repository dedicated solely to housing the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto.
We invite you to listen to the third episode of the Oneg Szabat Podcast. Dr. Karolina Szymaniak (Jewish Historical Institute/University of Wrocław) tells about Rachela Auerbach, writer, journalist and social activist, associate of Emanuel Ringelblum.
A new edition of Emanuel Ringelblum’s essay, devoted to the relations of Poles and Jews during World War II, is now available in the bookstore of the Jewish Historical Institute.
A guide to the permanent exhibition at the Jewish Historical Institute is now available in Polish. The exhibition devoted to the Underground Archive of the Warsaw Ghetto and the Oneg Shabbat group can be viewed since 2017 at the JHI seat in Warsaw.
We invite you to listen to the second part of the Oneg Szabat Podcast! The episode “The Life of Kalman Kalonimus Szapiro,” dedicated to the tzadik from the Warsaw Ghetto, is now available on your streaming platform.
Z radością zapraszamy do wysłuchania premierowego Podcastu Oneg Szabat! Pierwszy odcinek „Przeznaczenie Emanuela Ringelbluma” jest już dostępny na Twojej platformie streamingowej.
Prepared by educators from the Jewish Historical Institute, a popularizing work devoted to the Warsaw ghetto and the activities of the Oneg Shabbat group is now avaliable in English.