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A film by Robert Kaczmarek. During World War II, many Jews escaped deportation to the Nazi death camps, when they, with the help of Polish diplomats and Jewish organizations, were issued passports to South American countries. After the screening, Uri Strauss, who owned one of the coveted passports, will talk about his experiences from that time. In addition, Polish historian Monika Maniewska will be present. She co-authored the book "The Ładoś List" about the survivors. 

ARRANGØR: Jødisk Kulturfestival / Polens ambassade

language: ENG / English subtitles

Kl. 19.00 – 21.00 CINEMATEKET, Gothersgade 55, 1123 København