Jews in Poland: Past, Present and Future

In 1998, the Polish-German Centre organised the educational exhibition entitled: "The Jews in Poland". The target audience of the exhibition is especially students and teachers. The main aim is to give basic information about the history and culture of the Jews, who have lived in Poland for more than a thousand years. The exhibition, organised in co-operation with the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, and with the financial aid of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Netherlands (MATRA Programme), consists of 24 panels that present the history of Polish Jews from the early Middle Ages to today. There is also an accompanying catalogue available, which contains all of the illustrated materials. The exhibition is still being shown. Until now, it has been shown in dozens of Polish cities. Thanks to the aid of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, a German version of the exhibition has been available since 1999. This version of the exhibition has been presented in dozens of German cities (Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden, München, Düsseldorf, Aachen).

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