The Kielce Pogrom 1946

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The Kielce Pogrom 1946

A collection of testimony clips of Holocaust survivors who remembering hearing about the pogrom in the Polish town of Kielce.  On July 4, 1946, mobs of Polish people attacked Jewish refugees and survivors returning to their homes after World War II had ended. In these testimony clips eyewitnesses recount the story of how over 40 Jewish people were murdered after they had already survived the Holocaust.  

Rachel Huber on the Kielce Pogrom

Language: English

Rachel Huber remembers traveling through Poland after the end of the war and hearing about the killing of Jews, those who survived the Holocaust during the Kielce Pogrom in 1946.

  • Rachel Huber on the Kielce Pogrom

    Language: English

    Rachel Huber remembers traveling through Poland after the end of the war and hearing about the killing of Jews, those who survived the Holocaust during the Kielce Pogrom in 1946.

  • Gabriel Krause on the Kielce Pogrom

    Language: English

    Gabriel Krause recalls hearing about the Kielce Pogrom in 1946, Poland.

  • Malwina Moses on anti-Semitism in Poland after WWII

    Language: English

    Malwina Moses describes how anti-Semitism continued in Poland after the war including the Keilce Pogrom in 1946.