Polish museum scraps show featuring threats to beat Jews

Krakow's foremost historical museum is facing calls for an external review after showcasing a play that references beating up Jews.

Exhibition in Warsaw brings to light unearthed artefacts from World War II Jewish ghetto

This exhibition, titled 'Memory 1943', coincides with the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, when Jewish fighters revolted against Nazi German terror.

Antisemitic display in the town of Pruchnik sparks condemnation

In a harrowing antisemitic display in the rural town of Pruchnik in southeastern Poland, residents hung and burned a doll marked with Jewish stereotypes and a sign that says "Judas 2023".

Gdańsk synagogue vandalized with antisemitic tags

On the façade of the synagogue in Gdańsk, someone painted a swastika and three letters K, probably referring to the racist Ku Klux Klan.

Polish priest sentenced on charges of spreading antisemitic hate speech

A Polish priest with a long track record of antisemitic comments has been sentenced to community service after being convicted of insulting Jews and inciting hatred against them, in what his critics say is a landmark case.

21 never-published photos of Warsaw Ghetto Revolt’s aftermath found in Poland attic

Previously unpublished photographs of the Nazis brutally suppressing the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Revolt were released by POLIN: Museum of the History of Polish Jews.

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