Restaurant, former Mikveh (Ritual Bath), Boznic Street, Tarnow, Poland, 2012

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

This restaurant in Tarnow, 72 kilometres east of Krakow, was a former Jewish Mikveh (ritual bath), and also the assembly point in June 1940 for the first deportation of Polish and Jewish prisoners to Auschwitz, not yet a death camp.

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