European Network Remembrance and Solidarity

After the Great War - Lublin: multiculturalism and new countries in 1918

Episode Summary

Located in the center of the country, Lublin was a laboratory for Polish multiculturalism after the end of World War I. How did different worlds - mainly Polish and Jewish - lived together in the city? What was the position of the Evangelicals, and what of the Orthodox? Does the history of Lublin's multiculturalism continue today?