Warsaw, the capital of Poland, once had a Jewish population equivalent to the number of Jews living in all of France. It experienced major influx of Jews in 19th and 20th centuries. During the Interwar period, Jewish Warsaw flourished. It was the only city that rivaled New York’s Jewish population. The Second World War and Holocaust left the city changed forever. The Jewish population was decimated. The wounds and scars will never heal. Today, Jewish life in Warsaw is recovering and becoming stronger by the year.