Holocaust by Bullets Seminar

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The Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest in cooperation with Yahad In Unum, a research organization from France is organizing a two days international seminar focusing on the Holocaust by bullets, atrocities committed by the Nazi Germany in German Occupied Soviet Territories between 18941-44.


The seminar will take place on 30th November and 1st December 2018 at the Holocaust Memorial Center in Budapest.

The working language of the seminar is English.

Accommodation and food will be provided for the participants, traveling expenses may be reimbursed based on prior agreement.

For more information about the training, please read the attached documents.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at oktatas@hdke.hu.

The deadline for applications is: 15th October2018.

Attachments

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2018 Application Holocaust By Bullets Eng 188.18 KB
2018 Program Hbb 1.01 MB
Call For Teachers 2018 24.62 KB

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