A Varsavianist walk in the footsteps of Janina Bauman

The Warsaw Ghetto Museum invites you to another Varsavianist walk – this time it will be a story about Janina Bauman!

Janina Bauman – writer, translator, editor of film scripts; wife of eminent sociologist Zygmunt Bauman; daughter of Polish army officer Szymon Levinson, who was murdered at Katyn. As a teenager, she was forced to settle with her family in the Warsaw ghetto. Her memories of that time are contained in the novel ‘Winter in the Morning. The Story of a Girl from the Warsaw Ghetto’.

The Museum of the Warsaw Ghetto invites you to another Varsavianist walk in the footsteps of the Warsaw Ghetto, dedicated to the figure of Janina Bauman. We will visit places related to her youth, which fell during the German occupation. The walk will be led by guide Agnieszka Kuś. Participation in the event is free of charge.

The walk will take place on Sunday, October 24. It will start at 12:00 in the courtyard of the former Bersohn and Bauman Hospital in Warsaw (60 Sienna Street).

See you soon!