We invite you to explore our virtual exhibitions dedicated to selected issues pertaining to the rescue of Jews by Poles during World War II. We are proud to announce that our exhibitions have been awarded an Honourable Mention at the Sybilla Museum Even of the Year 2015 organized by the National Institute for Museums and Public Collections.
Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue During the Holocaust
This is a panel exhibition devoted to stories of the help extended to Jews in selected European countries during the Holocaust. It was created by ENRS in cooperation with POLIN Museum and Silent Heroes Memorial Centre.
Righteous without Borders. Acting for the sake of dignity and human rights
We present over 30 individuals and organisations which, at various times and in various places around the world, refused to feel helpless and took the initiative. Their stories share the perseverance in acting for the world.
Polish Artist Helping Jews
The Poles, who helped Jews during the Holocaust, came from a variety of backgrounds and were driven by various motivations. Discover the stories of a few of these in our virtual exhibition.
To My Mummy as a Keepsake. Jewish Children Rescued From the Holocaust
This exhibition presents the individual stories and experiences shared by all Jewish child-survivors – a dramatic separation from their parents, new homes, new identities and a difficult post-War life.