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November 27, 2001
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A Polish Jewish exhibit inspired by “Schindler’s List” went on display in Warsaw. The exhibit, “Remembering Luboml– Images of A Jewish Community,” features 2,000 pictures, artifacts and video testimony from Luboml, a town that was part of Poland before World War II and today is in Ukraine. The collection, which has already appeared in 40 cities around the world, was created by Aaron Ziegelman, who abandoned the town with his widowed mother in 1938 before the Nazis invaded it.

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