- Title Pages
- Editors and Advisers
- Note on Place Names
- Note on Transliteration
- Memento Mori
- The Central Jewish Historical Commission in Poland 1944–1947
Who Am I?
- Jewish Collaborators on Trial in Poland 1944–1956
Auschwitz and the Politics of Martyrdom and Memory 1945–1947
- A Library of Hope and Destruction
Rachel Auerbach, Yad Vashem, and Israeli Holocaust Memory
- Holocaust Memorialization in Ukraine
- Jedwabne and Wizna
- So Many Questions
- From Silence to Recognition
What Story to Tell?
- Bearing Witness
‘On the Gallows’
- Shabes, yontef un rosh-khoydesh
- Józefa Singer
- Introducing Miss Judaea 1929
- You from Jedwabne
The Synagogues of Poznań
- The Dedication of the New Synagogue in Poznań (Posen)
A Selection from Part 1 of Lev Levanda’s Seething Times
- Notes on the Contributors
So Many Questions
So Many Questions
The Development of Holocaust Education in Post-Communist Poland
- (p.271) So Many Questions
- Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry Volume 20
- Liverpool University Press
This chapter looks at the results of a national survey of Polish students in 1998, which indicates that the students' knowledge about the Holocaust is characterized by high levels of ignorance, misperception, confusion, and defensiveness. It mentions that students disagreed that Jews suffered more than Poles during the Second World War and inflated the degree of Polish assistance to Jews. It also talks about educators in post-communist Poland that responded to the students by undertaking a significant expansion of Holocaust education. The chapter presents abundant evidence of the promising development in schools and university departments, including newly founded initiatives throughout Polish civil society. It cites how the Stockholm Declaration was signed by the Polish government in January 2000 to allow schools to teach the Holocaust in schools.
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