The Dallas Holocaust Museum’s new exhibit, Faces of the Ghetto: Their Lives Are Our Lesson, presents the work of two Jewish photographers who, at great personal risk, took clandestine photos of Jewish life in the Polish city of Łódź – a city transformed into a ghetto after the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939 and sent more than 160,000 Jews to live there.
Photography was strictly forbidden; however, the photographers managed to hide the photos before being deported, and their work ensured that the world would know of life in the ghetto, as captured on film by sympathetic observers.
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Dallas, TX 75202
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