“There was no hope. The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 1943 "

The Daffodils social and educational campaign commemorates the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on April 19, 1943.
It was initiated in 2013 by the POLIN Museum on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
The POLIN Museum prepared a film for this event:
“There was no hope. The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 1943 "
The title of the film is the words of Marek Edelman, who, when asked about the chances of this uprising, replied during a meeting with high school students from Łódź:
"... there was no hope that he would win, that someone would be saved and that something would change ...".
The film presents the Jewish community in the pre-war capital city and the history of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and then life in it until the outbreak of the Uprising and its course. The film was made using archival photos and films from the Holocaust Museum in Washington, the Shoah Foundation and the National Film Archive. It is directed by Kama Veymont, while the animation is created by Łukasz Rusinek. The essence of the film is to show the course of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, taking into account the motives and rationales of individual characters. It aims to show the uprising with all its emotional charge and dramatic potential. The last part is material showing the commemoration of Polish Jews in the space of contemporary Warsaw.
The film also contains memories of people who survived the uprising.
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