The Krakow Ghetto

The city of Krakow in Poland was home to a large Jewish community before World War II.

But with the arrival of the Nazis many of its Jews were deported, or fled. Then in 1941 a Jewish ghetto was built.

This programme begins with a deeply disturbing recollection.

Photo: Dr Ludwik Zurowski

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10 minutes

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Wed 2 Mar 2011 11:50 GMT

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