In the middle of a large, attractive square, located in front of the main entrance to the History of the Polish Jewry Museum, one will find a haunting memorial dedicated to the “Heros of the Ghetto Uprising.” This memorial is located at the center of Warsaw old Jewish Ghetto. This monument was erected by the artist Natan Rapaport in April 1948, on the 5th anniversary of the outbreak of the ghetto residents’ revolt against the German army. It should be noted that the artist used black Swedish marble that the Germans brought for the purpose of erecting a monument in honor of their "victory" over the Jews in the war. The monument stands 11 meters (36 ft) tall is made from labradorite stone. This monument not only represents the Ghetto Wall, but also the holiest Jewish site, The Wailing Wall in Jerusalem. A bronze sculpture of men, women, and children, armed with guns and Molotov cocktails is displayed on the western portion of the monument. Mordechal Anielewicx, the leader of the Jewish Combat Organization during the Warsaw Uprising is shown on the central frieze. The eastern part of the monument shows the persecution of Jews at the hands of the Nazi German oppressors. A replica of the monument can be found at the “Yad Vashem” square in Jerusalem. Israel. A remarkable memorial that will leave an impression on you. This is one of those monuments that every visitor to Warsaw must visit. As a Jew, I can only say “Rest in Peace & Never Again.” נוח על משכבך בשלום. לעולם לא עוד.