Displaced and forgotten. The phenomenon of anti-Semitism among architects in Warsaw in the second half of the 1930s

The article deals with the situation of Polish architects of Jewish origin in the late 1930s at the Warsaw University of Technology, in the Association of Polish Architects SARP and on the job market. In addition to physical violence, architects of Jewish origin faced exclusion in their own community. And the article describes various forms of discrimination, examples of architects’ attitudes toward anti-Semitism and the perception of the architectural community during this period after World War II.