PEOPLE AND THEIR STORIES
“Excluded”, “expelled”, “emigrants” and “refugees” – this is how Polish Jews, who were forced to leave Poland due to the events of March’68, described themselves. 13,000 people left country. However, 15-20,000 remained. They were all eye-witnesses to the events of the March. We present here the full spectrum of their experiences. Their stories are based on interviews from the POLIN Museum’s oral history collection.