THE MUSEUM OF FAMILY HISTORY presents

 
Eastern European Jewry
A Yiddish World's Struggle for Survival

 

Where Once
There Were Jews:
Łapy, Poland

World Jewish
Communities

Persecution and Flight:
The Nazi Campaign
Against the Jews

 

The Jewish Ghetto

Never Forget: Visions
of the Nazi Camps

Stories from our
Ancestral Homes

Postcards
from Home

How We Worked

Walk in my Shoes:
Collected Memories
of the Holocaust

Anti-Semitism in Europe:
The Pogroms Against the Jews

 

Life Under
Czarist Rule

Jews in the
Russian Army

Holocaust Memorials
 of Europe

 

The Synagogues of Europe: Past and Present

Yiddish Theatre
in Europe:
 The Fischer Family

 

Letters from
Szczuczyn

Czernowitz:
Town with a
Jewish Past


Photographic
Studios of
Eastern Europe

After the War:
The MIKT Troupe

The Life of

Nina Finkelstein

Zionism in Europe
     

The history of the Jewish people of Eastern Europe is tragic, yet bittersweet.

In this permanent Museum of Family History exhibition "Eastern European Jewry: A Yiddish World's Struggle for Survival," topics relating to Jewish family life in Eastern Europe before, during and in the years following the end of the Second World War, are discussed.


To see a full listing of material available at the Museum about Eastern European Jewry, please visit the Museum's Site Map page.


 



 

 

 


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