Centropa's new thematic website on Ukraine.

Films to watch, family stories to read, exhibitions to explore, and Photos taken at the front.

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By 1944, the Nazis had murdered most of the Jews in Poland, the Baltics, Greece and Yugoslavia. Hungary, however, was allied with Nazi Germany, not occupied by it. Most of its Jewish population was still alive. The Germans did occupy Hungary in March, 1944, and hell was about to descend on Hungary’s Jews.
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Life stories of Viennese Jews: their childhood in Austria’s capital, the horrors they experienced during the war, and their lives rebuilt in the post-war years.
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A civil society project connecting Ukrainians and Moldovans to their country’s Jewish history and each other.
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