The exhibition “10 Polish Cities—Ten Jewish Stories” is the second permanent exhibition presented at the Galicia Jewish Museum in the Taube Family Gallery. This exhibition is based on the personal stories and family photographs of ten Polish Jews.
The exhibition was created in cooperation with Centropa, one of chief partners of the Galicia Jewish Museum. It was based on materials gathered by Centropa as part of a broad project of documenting oral history which was led from 2000 until 2009 in fifteen countries. The documentation included conducting interviews and digitalizing family photos and documents of approximately 1,200 people.
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The exhibition “Public Oder and Extermination”, created by the German Police University (DHPol) in Münster, explores the role of the German Police after the seizure of power by Adolf Hitler until the fall of the Third Reich. The following parts of the exhibition are devoted to the development of police structures, the profiles of people responsible for the functioning of police, and the operations of the German police apparatus on the eve of, and during, the Second World War.
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