3.04.2023 History

Anders army – a new exhibition

A new exhibition that will open at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center will expose the heroic story of Anders' army, brought to Israel by the Institute of National Remembrance in Poland

A new exhibition about the heroic story of the Polish Anders Army will get opened soon at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center

Menachem Begin – the 6th Prime Minister of Israel, Israeli politician, an activist of the Beitar movement, and a Nobel Peace Prize winner – arrived with in Palestine with Anders’ Army.

This is one of many heroic and extraordinary stories that connects Poland and Israel. More about the Władysław Anders’ Army and its ties with the Independent Israel will be available soon

during the exhibition to be presented in the coming months at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, in Jerusalem. The exhibition was prepared by the Institute of National Remembrance in

Poland, and in Israel it will be enriched with unique photographs from the archives of the Begin Center.

Representatives of the delegation of the Institute of National Remembrance, the Polish Institute Tel Aviv and representatives of the Menachem Begin Heritage Center – the host of the meeting,

which took place on April 3 in Jerusalem – discussed the exhibition and other future joint projects.

Due to the approaching 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the participants of the meeting commemorated the heroes of the Uprising with a yellow daffodil – a symbol of the

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

The delegation of the Institute of National Remembrance: Dr. Mateusz Szpytma – deputy chairman, Dr. Kinga Czechowska, Jolanta Nowak. Menachem Begin Heritage Center representatives: Herzel Makov- director, Ariel Morali, Yossi Suede, Rami Shtivi. The Polish Institute in Tel Aviv was represented by: Anna Raduchowska-Brochwicz- deputy director, Julia Mackiewicz.

 

 

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