First Hoxocaust shrine opened in Slovakia

THOSE who survived and were able to return to the former work- and concentration camp in Sereď, now turned into the first Museum of Holocaust in Slovakia, agree that it should have happened long ago.

“Well – I survived and my closest family survived,” said Naftali Fürst, who spoke at the museum’s January 26 opening. “I came here to honour those who died in camp, but also those who survived war but have died in the meantime.”

He spent some 30 months in the camp – almost the entire span it was in operation.


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