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Part 1 HERE.   Part 2 HERE

On the Saturday of our weekend with Eddy & Gosia, we all went out for the day.  Firstly we visited the Museum Ulma at Markowa.

The museum is quite small but beautifully presented.  On the wall outside are the names of all the Poles who saved Jews

Josef & Wiktoria

There are many displays inside, lots of old photographs, household items and is based on a recreation of the Ulma’s family house.  I didn’t take a lot of pictures as there was a lot of reflective glass to contend with, also a herd of visitors in a coach descended on the place so it was getting very busy.

Josephs camera I think,

I think this is the Hebrew Bible  or Tanakh

Phil watching and listening to one of the many videos of people who were there at the time telling what happened, it was cool they had subtitles in English.

After that we went off to   Łańcut Castle, so stay tooned for that!

In doing a bit of research regarding the Ulma museum, I came across a really well thought out and well written blog regarding the history of this and the relevant politics, so for further reading if you are interested I am leaving a link to it, HERE .



21 comments on “Poland April 2017~part 3 ~ Museum Ulma

  1. beetleypete says:

    Looks like an interesting place, and nice to see it via your shots. I will check out the link now.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Tell’em I sent ya 😂

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  2. vinnieh says:

    Looks pretty fascinating.

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    1. Cheers V-man, it was and so sad too.

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      1. vinnieh says:

        Yes, the bravery of those people risking their lives to save others from brutal discrimination.

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  3. Eddy Winko says:

    Heading over to read more, it looks like an interesting link, just reading the comments you can see that it is quite an emotive subject within Poland.

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    1. Yes indeed. Cheers Eddy 🙂

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  4. steviegill says:

    Fascinating but tragic history. Poland really suffered really badly both during and after the war

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  5. What a fascinating story – I’m sure it was a powerful place to visit.

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  6. kmSalvatore says:

    I cant even imagine the feeling you must have felt Fraggy. such a powerful place, I watch all the shows on PBS , with WW2. , and I feel something.. but to be right there, oh I just cant even imagine the power of it all. I’m sure id weep like a baby. thanks for sahring

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    1. Will be doing a post on Auschwitz when I’ve got through the rest, that was something else!

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      1. kmSalvatore says:

        I bet, it had to be bone chilling, I’ll be watching

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  7. A very difficult place to photograph. You pulled it off very well. I can only imagine the feelings that you had at the time.
    Thank you for sharing. Warmest regards, Ed

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  8. It must have been quite an emotional experience to visit the Museum Ulma at Markowa. Both touching and important to remember the stories.

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    1. It was Otto, though quite overshadowed by my Auschwitz experience.

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  9. MarySmyth says:

    Must have been quite an interesting museum to visit especially to be where the horrors of WW2 happened!

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