The Łódź Ghetto was as isolated from the outside world as if it were a raft cast afloat in hostile waters, hundreds of miles from the nearest shore. That the Polish name of the city, where it was carved out seemingly overnight, on February 8, 1940, means boat, seems a cruel irony.
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