‘Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue During the Holocaust’

What was the daily experience of Jews hiding from the Nazi German machine of extermination and those who brought them help sometimes even risking their lives?

The travelling exhibition ‘Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue During the Holocaust’, which highlights the complexity of human relations under these extreme conditions, will be on view at Museum of Poles Saving Jews in Markowa between 4 June and 31 July. The display showcases individual accounts of the Holocaust survivors along with those of the rescuers from ten different European countries.

Markowa is the sixth stop on the display’s tour around Europe, after Brussels, Amsterdam, Bratislava, Vilnius and Wrocław.

The initiative is a joint project of European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, and Silent Heroes Memorial Center.

 

04 June – 31 July

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