This Monday, April 8, 2013 photo shows the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. At left is a monument honoring the fighters of the uprising. The revolt gave the world an enduring symbol of defiance against impossible odds, but in a Poland still adjusting to its post-Cold War freedoms, the memory of the Holocaust still engenders controversy in some quarters. The ambitious new museum that is opening in the ruins of the Jews’ prison of misery and death does not shy away from Poland's own history of anti-Semitism a sign, many say, that the country is maturing and riding a wave of confidence-building economic growth. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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This Monday, April 8, 2013 photo shows the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. At left is a monument honoring the fighters of the uprising. The revolt gave the world an enduring symbol of defiance against impossible odds, but in a Poland still adjusting to its post-Cold War freedoms, the memory of the Holocaust still engenders controversy in some quarters. The ambitious new museum that is opening in the ruins of the Jews’ prison of misery and death does not shy away from Poland's own history of anti-Semitism a sign, many say, that the country is maturing and riding a wave of confidence-building economic growth. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
This Monday, April 8, 2013 photo shows the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. At left is a monument honoring the fighters of the uprising. The revolt gave the world an enduring symbol of defiance against impossible odds, but in a Poland still adjusting to its post-Cold War freedoms, the memory of the Holocaust still engenders controversy in some quarters. The ambitious new museum that is opening in the ruins of the Jews’ prison of misery and death does not shy away from Poland's own history of anti-Semitism a sign, many say, that the country is maturing and riding a wave of confidence-building economic growth. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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