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Today Hungary is home to approximately 80,000 Jewish people, most of whom are native Hungarian Jews.
The Budapest House: A true story of a family caught up in the Hungarian Holocaust and the traumatic aftermath.
Batsheva Oberlander, shlucha in Hungary, talks about her refugee work, and is joined by a refugee from Ukraine, who is en-route to Israel.
A notorious Hungarian anti-Semite discovers his Jewish roots
Csanád Szegedi was a leading Hungarian neo-Nazi until it was discovered that he was a Jew. Should he get a second chance? Can we forgive someone who openly promoted hate against Jews? The film “Keep Quiet” explores this question; watch an excerpt from the...
How I survived the Hungarian Holocaust
The Holocaust came late to Hungary. But when the Nazis began their gruesome work, they were ruthlessly efficient, and two-thirds of the Jewish population perished at their hands. Leslie Meisels went through hell together with his parents and siblings, but...
The Controversial Story of Kasztner’s Train
As a child, Professor Ladislaus Löb watched as anti-Semitism slowly tightened its grip on the Hungarian nation, culminating in the Natzi occupation, beginning in 1944. He later wrote a book describing how Rezső Kasztner negotiated with Eichmann, saving Lö...
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