Title: Preservation Works on the Can Concealing Oneg Shabbat Documents
Author: Violetta Bachur
Description: The legacy of the Oneg Shabbat group headed by Emanuel Ringelblum is instrumental to the work of all researchers of the Holocaust. The members of the group risked their lives to collect and compile the archive, put the files into metal boxes and two metal milk cans, and hid them in the cellar of the school at 68 Nowolipki Street. After the war, they were discovered in two stages – the first part was found in 1946, and the other – in 1950. In 1999, the archive was included in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register as part of world heritage.
We invite you to take part in the lesson discussing the preservation works carried out on the milk cans holding a part of the Ringelblum Archive.
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