To commemorate the 70th and the 71st anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews and its partners will hand out thousands of yellow daffodil pins on the streets of Warsaw and many other cities worldwide. Our volunteers will tell passers-by the history of the Uprising, recalling that it is our common heritage – regardless of nationality or religion. Over 500 volunteers joined to the campaign and attended essential training. They handed-out 50 000 paper daffodils pins and about 80 000 brochures with historical information. TV news presenters at every major TV channel were wearing daffodils on that day, extending the reach of the campaign to millions of viewers. Yellow daffodil became well-recognized and legible symbol of remembrance of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.


Realised for Museum of the History of Polish Jew