Signals from History

May 14, 1941: About 4000 Jews are deported from Paris, most to a camp at Pithiviers, France. [1]

May 15, 1941: Polish Jews who have traveled from Biala Podlaska Jewish POW camp to Konskowla are murdered after the Nazi overseers discovered that four of the POWs have escaped. [1]

“It was in vain that we locked them up for several hundred years behind the walls of the Ghetto.  No sooner were their prison gates unbarred than they easily caught up with us, even on those paths which we opened up without their aid.”
—  A. A. Leroy Beaulieu, French publicist, 1842


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