Exhibitions - Instytut Pileckiego
Called by Name
The exhibition tells the story of people who were outlawed and murdered without trial simply because they helped those whom the occupiers considered “subhuman”. Years later, we can recall the faces of Poles murdered for rescuing Jews and give a voice back to their loved ones. The materials collected over the course of research into the fates of the “Called by Name” – archival documents and photographs, objects belonging to the victims, interviews with their families, and studies on the German terror apparatus to which the inhabitants of occupied Poland were subjected – served as the foundation for the “Called by Name” exhibition.
Explore the stories of those who acted with kindness and decided to help others: Visit the exhibition at “Dom Bez Kantów” at Krakowskie Przedmieście Street 11 in Warsaw (open daily between 10 and 6 p.m., last entry at 5:30 p.m; free entrance)!
Reservations: 0048539 093 336, firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Volunteer. Witold Pilecki and his Mission in Auschwitz | exhibition
The Volunteer. Witold Pilecki and his Mission in Auschwitz | exhibition
Presentation of the story hitherto unknown and untold outside Poland – that of Pilecki’s mission to Auschwitz, of his death at the hands of the Communist authorities, and of the attempts made to erase him from memory.
- Liberated Twice. Women's Voting Rights 1918
Liberated Twice. Women's Voting Rights 1918
The exhibition presents famous Polish women from the turn of the 20th century, and also the fates of the female generation which fought for the freedom of Poland in 1918 and during the Polish-Bolshevik War.