National WW2 Museum offering Warsaw study

Warsaw Academy, a three-week study-abroad opportunity for college students, is one of the newest educational travel offerings from The National WWII Museum. This unique and interactive program brings students face-to-face with the reality of the Jewish ghettos, the Holocaust, and the brutality of the Eastern Front by bringing them to the heart of Poland where these atrocities took place.

The program begins June 15 and scholarships for the program are available now through June 1. Here is the link to sign up. The deadline is May 31. 

Warsaw Academy is led by expert historian and museum presidential counselor Alexandra Richie, the author of “Faust’s Metropolis: A History of Berlin and the award-winning “Warsaw 1944: The Fateful Uprising.” 

Richie, a resident of Warsaw, Poland, has been intimately involved in the creation of Warsaw Academy and has designed an itinerary that blends classroom instruction and discussions with site visits throughout the program.

Warsaw Academy is geared toward students interested in Holocaust studies, museum studies, military history, and Eastern European culture. 

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