Thursday 21 May
4pm – 5.30pm
1.5 hours of NESA accredited training
Quite unlike the other populations who fell under German control during WWII, the population of Hungary was only subject to the Nazis from the second half of 1944.
In a brief period of time, the world of Hungary’s Jews disintegrated. They rapidly followed the pattern that had been established in Poland, but in a mere fraction of the time.
By treating the Holocaust in Hungary as a case study, this seminar aims to highlight the role of “Jewish policy” at this late stage of the war, and show how roughly 400,000 people might be murdered while the world looks on in horror.