A long time ago, when I was still in high school, I encountered wonderful teachers who presented Radom to me. It was then that I heard for the first time about Radom’s ghetto and “Friends of Knowledge” Society Jewish School. In 1980s, I witnessed a strange visit paid by guests from Israel to my grandmother – they wanted to thank her for hiding them during World War II. Unfortunately, I know almost nothing about this story and I am not sure what exactly my grandmother had done to help them. In 2006, my colleagues from High School no.6 in Radom gathered information about the “Friends of Knowledge” Society Secondary Jewish School and asked me to assist them with photo reproductions. In 2009, I was the editor for the guidebook Spacerkiem po Radomiu (“On a small walk through Radom”). As part of multicultural description of Radom, I focused on the “Jewish cultural route”.