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Cabaret Culture in Interwar Poland, with Ellie Shapiro
In the 1920s and ’30s, only New York rivaled Warsaw as a capital of Jewish cosmopolitanism. This multimedia presentation demonstrates the vitality of a community known more for how they died than how they lived.
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