Created by: Rátkai Bence
Teacher: Körner Judit
- Dutch Jewish Humanitarian Fund
- Open Society Foundations
- Gallic Fund
- Mozaik Hub - JDC
We are students from the Jan Neruda High School in Prague. Every day we go past a commemorative plaque reminding us of twenty victims of the Second World War who had something in common with our school. However, recently our history teacher Mrs. Hanzlíková found out that twelve names are missing. These are the names of twelve students who were forced to leave the school and were murdered in concentration camps because of their Jewish origin. Among them was also Arnošt Thiele who caught our attention.
Karlovac is situated in the central part of Croatia. In the past the town was an important centre of traffic, economy and culture. Many people of various nationalities came to the town because of its good location, between the Pannonian Plain and the Adriatic Sea, and at the beginning of the 19th century came the first Jewish families. Those families contributed to the development of the economy, the art and the culture of our town. One of those families was the Meisel family.
Made by Hungarian students for the Centropa Video Making Competition in the Visegrad countries, 2017.
School: Egymi Benedek Elek Speciális Iskola
Teacher: Gabriella Borsodi
Students: Czinege József, Fekecs Lea, Horváth Bettina, Borsodi Gabriella, Enyedi Csaba, Szenes Andrea, Zaja Roland