Israeli David Kotek visits an apartment building in Sosnowiec, Poland that belonged to his father and his aunt. It had been a family home, carpentry and factory. David expresses his excitement about visiting the home because he knew that after the war, his grandfather, father and aunt all came together in the same spot after being liberated from concentration camps. Four years ago, David found out that the building was nationalized by the Communists. He believes, “The restitution of property [in Poland] will be a historical justice and will bring Polish and Jewish people closer together.”