Józef Ulma

On 17 March 2016, the village of Markowa, Poland, opened a new museum,  dedicated to remembering the defiant Poles who hid Jewish families during the Holocaust. Although paying respect to all those harboring Jewish fugitives during World War II, the museum largely focuses on the fate of the Ulma family. The family included victims Józef Ulma, his wife Wiktoria, who was seven months pregnant at the time, and their six young children, along with eight Jews in hiding. This museum is the first devoted to Christians who helped Jews during the war, anRead More