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History and Resistance: Emanuel Ringelblum in the Warsaw Ghetto

Apr
12

During World War II, Jews resisted not only with guns but also with pen and paper. Even in the face of death, they left “time capsules” full of documents that they buried under the rubble of ghettos and death camps. Thousands of documents were buried in the Ringelblum Archive in the Warsaw Ghetto. Of the 60 people that the Polish Jewish historian Emanuel Ringelblum recruited to work on this national mission, all but three perished in the Holocaust. Author Samuel Kassow will explore their story.

Location:

UCLA, 314 Royce Hall
340 Royce Drive
Los Angeles, California 90095

For more information, please follow the link below:

http://www.cjs.ucla.edu

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