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... Land of Song & Dance' where their dialect is often difficult for other Lithuanians to understand.
Again we cross the border at what seemed to be an abandoned check point and find ourselves travelling through extensive farmlands. Farm houses and sheds seem to be larger and well maintained and we later hear that farmers do well in the Polish economy both from the export of their produce and from government and EU ...
... the ghetto looks like tombstones. No one knows whose idea it was to build the wall as tombstones. In 1940, only 10,000 Jews could remain in town. The rest had to leave. They have built a memorial of chairs for the missing Jews. The small chairs represent turning your back on what was going on. The large chairs represent what was left behind. The ghetto became overcrowded. The Nazis began to thin out the ghetto because there were 1900 ...
... some life to this historic building in honor of our survivors and in memory of those who are not able to. We sang, we danced, we hoisted our survivors up in chairs, and presented each of them with a gold medal to wear as they are our heroes and champions. The pictures you see are all from our post-Shabbat celebration tonight.
Tomorrow it is an early departure from our hotel for the 5-6 hour drive to Auschwitz and Krakow.
Arrived late afternoon in Warsaw yesterday. Not to many speak English, so there's been a lot of hand gestures and pointing to get the point across. Decided to take the train from the airport into the city, then take a cab to our hotel. Got on and off the train without paying, not sure that happened, just didn't see anyone to pay. Stopped a taxi driver to get a ride to the hotel, the first guy wanted 50 zloty, the second ...
... the end of the war the whole nabourhood was destroyed by the Germans and only a tiny bit of the wall remains.
Today I visited the "Uprising Museum". Very interesting but also very confronting. I believe these stories need to be told as it would too easy for those responsible to deny them in the future. Also what needs to be told is that, although the Russians occupied Poland before the war; during the time of the uprising when people ran out of ...