Jews of Subcarpathian Rus
In the spring of 1944, the Hungarian government, in cooperation with the Nazis, deported the Jews of Subcarpathian Rus (present-day Transcarpathia) to death camps. From over 100
JEWS OF ZAKARPATIA 1901-1938. UNIQUE PHOTOS
The first mention of the Jews of Transcarpathia belong to the XVI century. Most of them came from the territory of neighboring Galicia. The second wave of emigration was observed in the middle
Interesting footage from Bangladesh
I present to your attention another selection of interesting photos of everyday life of people from different countries, today we will go to Bangladesh. People's Republic of Bangladesh
Jewish history Mukachevo
Jews began to settle here, in the Hungarian lands of the Habsburg Empire, in the 17th century.