Why we stayed: Confessions of postwar Polish Jews – The Tel Aviv Review



Why we stayed: Confessions of postwar Polish Jews

Prof. Marian Turski, Chairman of the Council of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, talks about Jewish life in Poland after the end of WWII, and explains why he and a handful others chose to stay in their native country despite persistent attempts to uproot them.

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