Let us not be the Echo of the past only

Samuel Sadikario, President of the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia. This year is the 60th anniversary of the tragic events of March 1943, when the Bulgarian Nazi government, in agreement with the German Nazi leaders, deported almost the entire Jewish community from Macedonia to the death camp “Treblinka”

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Part of the properties of the Jews from Macedonia killed in Treblinka, without legal hairs, restitutied

First installment of bonds in value of 29.5 million MKD as compensation for real estates has been transferred to the Holocaust Fund of the Jews from Macedonia. The aim of the Holocaust Fund, as Jewish Community president Victor Mizrahi said, is to build Holocaust Memorial Center that will be the

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The future is in the harmony of co-existence

The 59th anniversary of the Holocaust of the Macedonian Jews in which 7200 persons lost their lives was marked. Presented at the commemorations in Skopje, Bitola and Shtip were the memories of the consequences of the Holocaust and the crimes committed by the German Nazis against the Jews on ethnic

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The Organization of the Jews from Macedonia accused of being the initiators for the removal of the plaque of Boris III

Macedonian Jews accused for bulgarophobia SOFIA – The official newspaper “Demokratija” puts the blame on the Macedonian Jews for the removal of the memorial plaque of Czar Boris III in Jerusalem. According to the authorities of the party in power, the voice of the thankful Jews, saved by the Bulgarian

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Macedonian Jews in the death camps (1)

In the night between March 10th and 11th, 1943, there started, in the greatest secrecy, the action for collection of the Macedonian Jews in the concentration camp in the “Monopol” building in Skopje from hence they were deported gradually. According to the plan, until April 1st, around 8.000 Jews were

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The Israeli National Fund discloses new moments about the role of the Bulgarian ruler as supposed savior

Deportation of Jews – 300 marks per person.   Viktor Mizrahi: It is only from my family that the Bulgarians deported 81 persons starting with my great grandmother at the age of 105, ending with her great-grandchildren with whom she died. Facts: On January 21st, 1941, Czar Boris II passed

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The President of the Republic of Macedonia Kiro Gligorov received the Holocaust delegation

Yesterday, the President of the Republic of Macedonia – Kiro Gligorov received the delegation to represent the Republic of Macedonia at the Washington Conference on Holocaust-era Assets to be held in the period 30th November to 3rd December this year. President Gligorov was familiarized with the preparation activities taken in the country

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