WELCOME TO WARSAW
Nobel Literature Prize winner Isaac Signer, who for a short time had been living at Krochmalna Street, wrote in July 1944 in a New York Yiddish newspaper: I know that the Jews disappeared from Warsaw, but I cannot truly imagine it. When I see Warsaw in my mind’s eye, I see the old, Jewish Warsaw. I see Jewish streets, vendor’s stalls, synagogues, houses of study, marketplaces, courtyards full of Jewish inhabitants. He couldn’t imagine for himself…
My name is Tomasz Kubicki. I specialised, as a historian and author of books, in all the details that concern JEWISH and POLISH NATIONS during the last century.
Here, you will find six different tours of Jewish Warsaw which always include the most impressive “artefacts” and commemorative places.
Treblinka extermination camp is unimaginable, and its essence lies outside of understanding, as if it were from another world, but wasn’t.