There were ministers and presidents and an audience full of people from around the world. But at the opening of the beautiful Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw last week, there was one speech that stood out from all of the others. In the cold autumn sunlight, Marian Turski got up in front of the crowd and began with the following words:

During the war years, Jewish partisans sang a song, which later became the anthem of their resistance movement. It finished with the words Mir zenen do—We are here! After the construction of this museum, today I too, a member of the Jewish community in Poland, want to repeat after them: Mir zenen do—We are here! [Read more]

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