When my parents died, they left behind many puzzles. One of the most profound is of the woman who hid them for a year and a half in the cellar of her villa in Grochów, Warsaw.
We encourage you to send us family stories related to help provided to Jews during the German occupation.
Refuge, haven, ark – that is how those who had survived the Second World War owing to the Żabiński family’s help referred to the Warsaw ZOO.
Where did Jews hide during the war? How many hideouts have been preserved until today? Read the selected stories of Jews hiding in Nazi-occupied Warsaw.