A Town Called Brzostek
When Jonathan Webber told his English family he wanted to spend their money restoring an abandoned Jewish cemetery in a remote corner of southern Poland, they thought he'd finally lost it. Nobody knew just what he was getting into, or how the local Poles would react. What happened in that small town took everybody by surprise, and deeply affected families in London, New York and Sydney. It all began in a place hard to find on a map and impossible to pronounce - a town called Brzostek.