They LOVE the Museum
Several important figures from the Jewish and non-Jewish world know the ‘’Kesselman Museum in Radomsko’’. Ambassadors, survivors of the Holocaust internationally renowned, Rabbis and political personalities.
Notably His Excellency Ron Lauder, President of the World Jewish Congress (whose rabbi was Cheskiel Besser, the last Radomsker Rabbi in New York, who was also the rabbi of the Chief Rabbi of Poland, Michael Schudrich)
Mr. Jacques Boisson, Secretary of State of the Prince of Monaco, who sees in this Museum an extraordinary opportunity for young people to discover the Jewish past of Poland in a different way,
The former Chief Rabbi of Israel Meir Lau, a native of Piotrkow Trybunalski, the neighboring town of Radomsko,/p
His Excellency Tsvi Rav-Ner, former Ambassador of Israel to Poland, who participated in the inauguration of the Museum and who is always ready to help with his valuable advice,
Her Excellency Patricia Salas, Ambassador of Argentina to Poland, a dear friend who is always available whether for the ceremonies or for her constant assistance,
His Excellency Pierre Bühler, former Ambassador of France to Poland at the time of the creation of the Museum, who always supported and warmly recommended it to the French or Polish authorities,
Adam Daniel Rotfeld, former Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs. He is now a Member of the POLIN Museum Board, partner of the “Kesselman Museum” for some events.
Among several survivors of the Holocaust, Philip Bialowitz, z”l, survivor of Sobibor and who unfortunately left us in the summer of 2016. He opened every door in Poland for the “Kesselman Museum”. May his memory be blessed.