Places

The Berlin Wall

On our excursion to Berlin, Germany, the Berlin Wall memorial…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall served as a barrier between East and West…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Roma and Sinti Memorial

Tucked away, hidden, unimposing, quaint; these are words that…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Polish Soldiers’ Monument

Within the first week of being in Wroclaw, we climbed a hill…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Memorial to the Sinti and Roma Victims of National Socialism

Often times, when the word “Holocaust” is mentioned we only…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Kazimierz

Kazimierz, a district of Poland’s southern city of Krakow,…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The New Jewish Cemetery in Wroclaw

Wroclaw’s New Jewish Cemetery was founded in 1902 when…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Institute of National Remembrance

The years of 1944-1945 are often falsely believed to be the beginning…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Memorial to the Homosexuals Persecuted under the National Socialist Regime

Background on Our Visit to the Memorial by Arielle Ingrassia A…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

The Church of Peace

Not far from Wrocław, in the small town of Świdnica, stands…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska

Centennial Hall

The music rebounded through the historic setting; it was almost…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska
Photo by Arielle Ingrassia

Auschwitz

For many people around the world with the most basic understanding…
23 June 2014/by Ula Klobuszewska
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