This is great post. Thank you.
The Polish Institute in Tel Aviv is an excellent resource if you are looking for more information about history and contemporary issues affecting Kraków and Poland.
The Institute’s library page offers almost 80 books on various topics, including art, history, culture, Europe, Judaism in Poland and more. It’s definitely worth taking a look at what they have to offer, but in the meantime, here are the top 20…
- The Auschwitz Poems. An Anthology, ed. Adam A. Zych, Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum: Oswiecim, 1999.
- Bacon Gershon C., The Politics of tradition. Agudat Yisrael in Poland, 1916-1936, The Mgnes Press, The Hebrew University: Jerusalem, 1996.
- Marcus Banet Chana, They Called Me Frau Anna, CIS Publishers: New york, London, Jerusalem, 1990.
- Bartoszewski Wladyslaw, Common European Responsiblility, Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Warsaw, 2001.
- Birenbaum Halina, Hope Is the Last to Die, Publishing House of the State Myseum in Oswiecim: Oswiecim, 1994.
- Brand William, The Architecture…
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