Set to open next year, Warsaw's new Jewish museum will be home to one of the world's most extensive exhibitions about the history of Jewish life. Organizers expect to welcome up to half a million visitors annually.
An estate documenting the dramatic family history of a Jewish teacher murdered by the Nazis has been bequeathed to the Jewish Museum in Berlin. The documents have now become part of the museum's permanent collection.
Cologne's "Topography and everyday life in Auschwitz" exhibition shows the infamous concentration camp in a way that it has never been seen. DW examines the exhibition.
The Museum of the History of Polish Jews has opened its highly anticipated permanent exhibition. It aims to restore erased chapters in Polish history and stands as a symbol of a changing and diverse country.
The President of the World Jewish Congress Ronald Lauder first criticized the decision by a Swiss museum to accept a recently found trove of artworks stolen by the Nazis. He tells DW why he now welcomes the decision.
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