Control of information

As part of the strategy to control the Jews in the Ghetto, the Nazis completely sealed the ghetto area off and denied the populace access to information from the outside world. Phones, radios and newspapers were forbidden. Mail was strictly controlled and censored.

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Orders and notices were posted on the ghetto walls

For a brief period the Jews published a Yiddish newpaper in the Ghetto.

Letter from Frania in Krakow describing difficulty corresponding to her sister, Maryla, in Soviet Union.

Postcard from Estera Goldberg to her family in the Lodz Ghetto.