Group plans Hungarian memorial

By RACHEL GEIZHALS
July 12, 2009 22:36

Before the Holocaust, the southern Hungarian Jewish community of Bonyhad made up nearly 20 percent of the city's total population. After the Holocaust, only a few remained. Enter Never Again Shoa, a Hungarian foundation that aims to commemorate the Hungarian Jewish victims of World War II. The group plans to buy an 18th-century synagogue - the oldest one in Bonyhad - and renovate it into a memorial center. For more information, visit http://neveragainshoa.com


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