(Update) subsequently pulled from production.
In including an antisemitic advertisement for the weekly Rozwoj dating to 1925 as one of the images of Warsaw's 20th century cultural heritage, the city's municipal leaders appear to have trodden a fine line between showcasing history for history's sake and exploiting shocking propaganda for its publicity value.
The poster depicts a Polish soldier disposing with a powerful blowtorch of rats wearing (according to a description, though I must need Specsavers urgently for I fail to see them) yamulkes decorated with the Magen David. The captain, in translation, partly reads: : "Rozwój is fighting for the welfare of Poland, promoting national solidarity ... defending Poland against the Jewish influx..."
But now they have reconsidered, and overturned their vow to print more. Theirs was arguably a lapse of good judgment, and it is probably right they have done so. Such an image is surely best omitted from material that purports to promote a city.
Read more here and here and here