The Holocaust in Treblinka did not extirpate their traces

The Jewish community that has existed in these areas from the antique times presently consists of 52 families Macedonia is practically the first country in Europe that took care of the assets of the Jews that were deported to Treblinka and have no legal heirs, putting them in the hands

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Judaism returns to the Balkans

Jewish groups in the Balkans are engaged in court proceedings for return of estates. Out of two million Jews in the region, there remained only around 70.000 Jews supported by thousands of Israeli businessmen. Hanioti – The atmosphere in the beech club was in full swing: the people were dancing

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The Holocaust is not only past

60 years since the deportation of the Macedonian Jews Written by: Dr. Mihail Shumkovski On March 11, 1943, the Macedonian part of the hell – the Holocaust of the Jews in Europe, took place.  On that day, over 7.200 Jews from Macedonia were taken by the occupying Bulgarian army and

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Skopje owes a memorial to the Jews

THE PULSE OF SKOPJE CITIZENS According to the idea of the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia, the Memorial Centre to be built will not only represent a place to remind of the Holocaust of the Macedonian Jews in the death camp “Treblinka”, but it will also be a

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Jewish delegation at a reception arranged by Tsrvenkovski

This afternoon, on the occasion of the 63rd anniversary of the exodus of the Macedonian Jews, the head of state – Branko Tsrvenkovski will receive a delegation of the Macedonian Jewish community and representatives of reputable Jewish associations and diplomats from Israel and the USA. As reported, the delegation will be

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MARKING OF THE 63rd ANNIVERSARY OF DEPORTATION OF MACEDONIAN JEWS TO TREBLINKA

On the occasion of the 63rd anniversary of the deportation of the Macedonian Jews to the “Treblinka” death camp, today, the mayor of Skopje – Trifun Kostovski will place fresh flowers on the monument in the Tobacco factory (TKS). Within the frames of the commemoration programme, Kostovski and representatives of

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Anniversary of deportation of 7.200 Macedonian Jews

Today, the anniversary of the exodus of over 7,000 Macedonian Jews, who were deported to the Nazi death camps 63 years ago, will be marked by a number of commemorations in Skopje. The mayor of Skopje – Trifun Kostovski will place flowers in the Tobacco factory in memory of the

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The good cooperation among religious communities – an example to be followed

Meeting of the highest governmental officials with dignitaries of religious communities. Call upon citizens to respect confessional differences. Yesterday, Prime Minister Vlado Buchkovski was the host of the traditional reception of the heads and representatives of the Macedonian religious communities that was also attended by President Branko Tsrvenkovski. Addressing the

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Hitler and Macedonians

I strongly protest against publication of the Hitler’s book in Macedonian language on my personal behalf and in the name of the members and followers of the Liberal Party of Macedonia.   The year in which the World marked sixty years since the defeat of fascism already expires. Most of

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Israel promised friendship and economic support

Prime Minister Vlado Buchkovski in Jerusalem Both countries signed a joint declaration with which, inter alia, they announced continuation of the cooperation in the fight against terrorism. Yesterday, Israel and Macedonia signed a declaration by which they announced strengthening of the bilateral relations and continuation of cooperation and uncompromising battle

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