In the Shadow of the Holocaust, a Jewish Community Begins to Take Root

KRAKOW, Poland—Olga Adamowska grew up with all the trappings of a Catholic childhood in Poland. She was baptized, and her relatives, although not very religious, experienced a Christmas tree every single calendar year.

But when she was twelve, she started asking inquiries about her relatives record. Inevitably, her mom told her that her grandmother was from a Jewish relatives.