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On May 13, 2007, almost 200 students and teachers met in Warsaw’s Nozyk Synagogue to participate in the National Showcase of the “To Bring Memory Back” program. The guests participated in workshops and discussion panels, learned how to dance Israeli dances and presented their achievements on a projects’ exposition.

Among the honorary guests at the showcase were President of the Union of Jewish Communities in Poland, Piotr Kadlcik, Vice Minister of Culture and National Heritage Tomasz Merta, Ambassador of Israel David Peleg, Cultural Attache of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Heinz Peters,  Jan Jagielski of the Jewish Historical Institute, and the representatives of the local authorities of the towns and cities participating in the program, and of the media.

In the name of the Foundation for Preservation of Jewish heritage in Poland we cordially thank all the participants of the showcase, our respectable guests and all those who have contributed to the enormous success of this year’s National Showcase of the “To Bring Memory Back” program. We also would like to thank the Warsaw Jewish Community, Austrian Cultural Forum, All Saints Parish and Social and Culture Society of Jews in Poland 



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