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Ringelblum Archive project 2016-12-10T20:59:23+00:00

Project Description


The Association’s Department of Development is raising funds for the production of the JHI’s permanent exhibition of the Ringelblum Archive and related publications and programs. This project will bring this unique treasure to the world. The archive itself will be available online. Travelling version of the exhibit will tour the world starting in 2018 with USA and Canada.

We believe that the Ringelblum Archive, a legacy of the Jewish people, is of great importance to all humanity. We have been introducing this project to our friends and supporters in the United States, Canada, and Poland.

This is our shared legacy, mission, and responsibility. Please join us

Lear more about the project here

Project Details