Rescuing the evidence: three minutes in Poland
Hear about the extraordinary discoveries made when author Glenn Kurtz donated his grandfather’s home-movie footage to the Museum. Taken in Poland in 1938, these haunting candid images of a small Jewish community now serve as a memorial to an entire culture that was annihilated in the Holocaust. This event is free and open to the public. RSVP online now for the program in Baltimore, MD, on November 10, or in Philadelphia, PA, on November 13.
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