Auschwitz Birkenau
The State Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau is compiling a list of persons who were deported to the Nazi extermination camp in order that the museum may honour both survivors and the memories of those who perished, according to an article in the Western Jewish Bulletin. The museum would also appreciate receiving...

The Letters of Hilda Dajč

In 1941, among the concentration camps established by the Nazi government in occupied Serbia, one was founded in Zemun, a town situated not far from the country’s capital Belgrade. It was part of the territory taken over by the Independent State of Croatia, a Nazi-satellite at that time, but control of the camp was almost completely held by SS Units. During 1941/1942, the Germans nicknamed Sajmište concentration camp the Judenlager Semlin (Jewish camp in Zemun). It was a place where thousands of Jewish people were interned before being gassed in a van.

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