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With the partnership of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, the Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities, the European Union's Europe For Citizens program, the Association of Hungarian History Teachers, and the Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest - Centropa held a seminar between 9-11 of December 2016 in Budapest for 22 classroom teachers from all over the country.
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Otto Simko, born 1924 in Topolcany, Slovakia, remembers growing up in a very active environment: "From the time we were small, our mother encouraged us to do sports.."
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Something worth sharing, started by the Survivor from Poland:
We’re proud to have contributed to the new permanent exhibition at the Buchenwald Memorial with several photographs from our family story archives!
Iosif Yudelevichus, born 1928 in Kaunas, Lithuania tells us about his parents and their travels:
"My father went to Russian lyceum in the town of Suwalki [Poland, 10 km away from the border of Lithuania and Poland and 170 km from Vilnius]. Upon graduation he decided to enter university. He dreamt to become a lawyer. Father went to Russia to enter the institute. I do not know how he happened to be in Siberia..."
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