El Archivo Ringelblum. La historia oculta del gueto de Varsovia

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Translated title Ringelblum Archive. The Hidden History of the Warsaw Ghetto

Katarzyna Olszewska Sonnenberg, Sergio Trigan.


Żydowski Instytut Historyczny (ZIH).


Madrid, Spain, 2005. 55 pp., illustrations: 90 col., 16 b&w, 28 × 24 cm. Spanish.


Traveling exhibition (2 May–1 December 2005)


An exhibition of facsimiles of documents, photographs and other items from Emanuel Ringelblum’s secret archives, which were buried in the Warsaw Ghetto shortly before its destruction, and discovered in 1946. The material sheds light on life within the Ghetto: its education and culture, religion, economic and social institutions, citizens’ deportation and extermination, and destruction. Brief introductory texts to each section. Descriptive entries. 61 items.


A different version of this exhibition, featuring original documents from the Ringelblum archives, was shown at the Mémorial de la Shoah. Centre de documentation juive contemporaine, Paris, France (15 December 2006–29 April 2007). See also #1608.

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Drawings/SketchesHistorical photographsHolocaustPolandSynagogues, Poland


Centro Cultural Villa Del Escorial, El Escorial, Spain; Centro socio-cultural 2 de Mayo, Fuente de Saz de Jarama, Spain; Centro Cultural, Guernica, Spain (Spring 2008); Centro Cultural Villa de Móstoles, Móstoles, Spain; Centro Civico Cultural, San Martin de la Vega, Spain; Centro Cultural Municipal, Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain; Centro Cultural, Valdemoro, Spain; Casa de Cultura de Valdemorillo, Valdemorillo, Spain.

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