A portrait of the Polish poet and winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in literature, Wislawa Szymborska, at the ceremony where she was decorated with the Order of the White Eagle of Poland, the highest decoration given to civilians in Poland.
Members of a Polish symphony in the 1930s, including many Jewish musicians.
Thousands of Polish Jews were expelled by Germany and turned away by Poland in the fall of 1938, leaving them trapped and living in unsuitable conditions along the German-Polish border.
Holocaust survivor Ava Schieber speaks to a class of 7th graders in Chicago.
Jonathan Lykes gives a poetic account on Facing History and Ourselves’ meaning for him.