Students from Colegil Național ”Iulia Hasdeu” Lugoj (Romania) learn about Jewish life in the twentieth century using teaching materials created by other students inspired from materials provided by www.centropa.roromedia.at.
Exhibition organized by students from the National College "Iulia Hasdeu" Lugoj, Romania (January 27, 2013). Based on Eva Deutsch bio (from centropa.org) students from Hasdeu have created a series of drawings to tell her story.
And as if all of these weren’t enough, the Dan Şova case popped out (Romanian politician, History faculty graduate who, during a TV programme in March 2012 denied the Holocaust (deflective denial); he later apologized; he was later appointed minister). On the website of Evenimentul Zilei newspaper an article was posted on March 9th 2012 Victor Ponta: Dan Şova, ignorant, not anti-Semitic (Victor Ponta is the leader of the political party Dan Şova is a member of).
Happy the author who finds the appropriate sources! And, indeed, without much trouble, the relevant sources for the issue raised by the title revealed themselves to me and helped me shape an image. The story began when surfing – naively enough – the Internet and found the article The journalist Hal Vaughan:” Coco Chanel was a Nazi spy. She hated the Jews.” (author: Iulian Ioncea) posted on the website of the newspaper Adevărul (August 14th 2012). An article like any other, nothing special, about an anti-Semitic Coco Chanel.