Sunday, 11 August 2013

Czech Railway Station Becomes Holocaust Memorial

FSWC Reports:

From AFP via

A Prague railway station that saw tens of thousands of Czech Jews leave for ghettos and Nazi death camps between 1941 and 1945 is to become a memorial for those who died.

Czech Jews and Holocaust survivors have for years been calling for a memorial for the Prague-Bubny station, which last year welcomed a theater troupe that roamed the Czech Republic and Poland on board a train to perform a play about the Holocaust.


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