TOL: Jews in Poland

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TOL: Jews in Poland

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FEATURE: Forever and a Day
by Mike Scollon
(Free Access)
The last Jew living in the Polish town of Oswiecim, near the Auschwitz
death camp, died in May. Since then, a disco has been built in what is
purported to have been a Nazi slave-labor tannery, and the town's only
synagogue to survive World War II has been reopened. Recently, over
one hundred Jews embarked on a solemn journey to Oswiecim - for many,
their birthplace - to let the healing begin.

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