|A Complicated Coexistence
|A review of Polish-Jewish relations through the centuries.
|Poles and Jews: The Quest For Self-Determination 1919-1934
|An account of Polish-Jewish relations in the interwar period in Poland
|The Poor Poles Look at the Ghetto
| A selection from an essay, first published in the Krakow-based weekly, Tygodnik Powszechny, which discusses Milosz's poems Campo dei Fiori and A Poor Christian Looks at the Ghetto as these address the Polish-Jewish past
|Complex Histories, Contested Memories
|Text of address given by Eva Hoffman in 2000 at the University of California at Berkeley, the major part of the address was devoted to how collective memories have shaped Polish-Jewish relations.
|Why Should We Teach
About the Holocaust?
|Collection of invited essays that discuss Holocaust education in Poland. Second English edition published in 2005.
|Separation and Belonging
|Editorial by Maja Trochimczyk discussing the problems of the assignations Polish Jews, Jewish Poles in the context of the music created by these people.
|Forum - Jews - Poles - Christians
|The webpages of the Polish Council of Christians and Jews, a joint posting of the Krakow-based Znak Publishing House, long associated with Catholic intellectual thought, and EuroDialog - a Polish internet bulletin sponsored by UNESCO. The pages feature views, interviews, news items, winning competition essays, book reviews, etc.
Five Million Forgotten
Who Were the Five Million Forgotten?
|Twin webpages dedicated to an enquiry about Nazi terror in
Poland and the identity of the non Jewish victims of that terror, particularly in Poland
|Jewish Culture Festival in Krakow
|Website of festival which takes place annually in the first week of July. Website feartures a description, a schedule of events, a gallery of photographs, etc.
|Polish - Jewish Relations
|A short summary of history of the Jewish community in Poland.
|The Hidden Pope
|Review by Amy Rosenbaum's of Darcy O'Brien's 1998 book The Hidden Pope in the Philadelphia Inquirer. The book is about the lifelong friendship of John Paul II and Jerzy Kluger, a Polish Jew. It details his efforts to promote good relations between the Vatican and Israel, efforts that won him the praise in 1982 of then Iraeli Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir.
|Teaching about Polish-Jewish Relations and the Holocaust after the Collapse of Communism
|An exploration of the fora in which Polish-Jewish relations are considered in Poland.
|The Treatment of Jewish Themes in Polish Schools
|The American Jewish Committee's analysis of the treatment
of Jewish themes in grade 4, grades 5-8, and secondary schools in Poland
and the impact of the Polish-Israeli agreement signed in June 1996 concerning
the contents of school textbooks.
|Under one Heaven
|Table of contents of a Special English language issue of the Polish periodical Więź earlier accessible on the Internet, now available for purchase in hardcopy from Więź
|The writings of Waldemar Chrostowski
|Articles by Father Waldemar Chrostowski, Head of the Institute of Catholic-Judaic Dialogue of the Catholic Theological Academy in Warsaw and vice-president of the Polish Council of Christians and Jews:
- The Catholic-Jewish Dialogue in Poland in 1993-94 -- 2,740 words
- The Catholic-jewish and Polish-jewish Dialogue in New Poland -- 3,430 words
- The State and Prospects of the Catholic-jewish Dialogue In Poland -- 6,480 words
- Second Theological Symposium on "The Church, Jews, and Judaism" -- 2,450 words
III Theological Symposium "The Church, Jews and Judaism" in Poland -- 1,690 words
- Controversy Around the Auschwitz Convent -- 7,290 words
- Poland: Pluralism after the Experience of the Desert -- 3,190 words
- The Suffering, Chosenness and Mission of the Polish Nation -- 7,290 words
- Who Hinders the Dialogue? -- 1,540 words
|The Treatment of Jewish Themes in Polish Schools
|The American Jewish Committee's analysis of the treatment of Jewish themes in grade 4, grades 5-8, and secondary schools in Poland and the impact of the Polish-Israeli agreement signed in June 1996 concerning the ambasada/contents
of school textbooks.
|Non-Jewish Holocaust Victims - the 5,000,000 Others
|One of two webpages dedicated to an enquiry about Nazi terror in Poland and the identity of the non Jewish victims of that terror, particularly in Poland
|Five Million Forgotten
|The second of two webpages dedicated to an enquiry about Nazi terror in Poland and the identity of the non Jewish victims of that terror, particularly in Poland
|Release Position Paper on Polish-Jewish Relations
|A 1998 position paper authored by Edward J. Moskal, President of the Polish American Congress
|Circles of attraction and repulsion
|Review of Aharon Appelfeld's book Polin hi eretz yeruka ("Poland is a Green Country") by Yossi Avni-Levy, a a senior diplomat at the Israeli Embassy in Poland cached
|Impressions from Poland
|A May 8, 2005 opinion article by Nahum Barnea subtitled Some Poles want to forget the war, but there is another Poland
|Bolesław the Pious and the 1264 "Kalisz Statute" for the Jews
The site provides the complete 37 article text of the statute in Latin and renders it into Polish with a 255 word English summary. The statute excused Jews from municipal laws and made them subject to the jurisdiction of the Prince, it provided them with freedom to persue commerce and credit operations (usury), the right to selfgovernment, protection of their persons and posessions, as well as freedom to practice their faith. It became the prototype of the rights accorded to Jews in Poland prior to the country's loss of independce in the eighteenth century.