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President of the United States, Barack Obama and the Vicepresident of the Nissenbaum Family Foundation at the Getto Uprising Memorial in Warsaw, 27.05.2011





April 16, 2015, The Praga Museum in Warsaw – Gideon Nissenbaum, member of the Board of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation, holding a lecture on life and activities of Sigmund Nissenbaum (1926-2001), the founder and the first President of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation. Fot. Lech Charewicz



April 16, 2015, Memorial to the Martyrdom of Jews and Poles in Warsaw – celebration of the memory of Polish and Jewish victims of Nazism who are buried in the same grave. The celebration was attended by the Vice Minister of Defense, Mr Maciej Jankowski, representatives of embassies, delegation of the City Hall in Warsaw, delegations of Jewish organizations, students of military schools in Warsaw, Dęblin, Wrocław and Gdynia, students of high schools in Warsaw. In the picture: Gideon Nissenbaum, member of the Board of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation, holding a speech. Fot. Lech Charewicz


April 16, 2015 – Delegation of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation submitting a wreath at the Memorial to the Martyrdom of Jews and Poles in Warsaw. Fot. Lech Charewicz



April 16, 2015 – Delegation of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation submitting a wreath at the Memorial to the Ghetto Heroes in Warsaw; the celebration was attended, too, by students of military schools in Warsaw, Gdynia, Dęblin and Wrocław. Fot. Lech Charewicz



April 19, 2015 - Delegation of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation submitting a wreath at the Memorial to the Ghetto Heroes in Warsaw. Fot. Archiwum Fundacji



April 19, 2015 - Delegation of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation submitting a wreath at the Anielewicz Bunker in Warsaw Fot. Archiwum Fundacji



April 19, 2015 - Delegation of The Nissenbaum Family Foundation submitting a wreath at the Memorial to Jewish victims of deportations from Umschlagplatz to the Treblinka extermination camp. Fot. Archiwum Fundacji