Seventy years after Poland’s large Jewish population was virtually wiped out in World War II, their culture is making a comeback.
Poles are today exploring their country’s Jewish past and forging links that were unthinkable a generation ago.
Before the Nazi invasion in 1939, Poland had one of the largest Jewish populations in the world. Almost all were killed or fled and their culture was all but forgotten under Communist rule.
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