October 3, 2020 - December 3, 2020
An Exhibition of the Peace Library / the Anti-War Museum, Berlin
Poland was the first country in Europe to be invaded during World War II and almost the last to be abandoned by the occupiers. Taking into account the pre-war population, Poland suffered the most victims: about a third were no longer alive in 1945.
The exhibition consists of three parts, focusing on the 1939 attack itself, the Germanisation Policy” in Poland, the life and suffering of Polish Jews, the uprisings and the end of the war.
We welcome all visitors.
Entrance to the exhibition is free.