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November 17, 2019
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Students from the Kepler Gymnasium and the Secondary Technical School of Telecommunication Technology as well as pupils from the Korunovační Primary School contributed in 2015 to the production of the drums used to mark the anniversary of the first Nazi deportation of Jewish people from Prague during the Holocaust. (PHOTO: Memorial Shoah Prague).
Students from the Kepler Gymnasium and the Secondary Technical School of Telecommunication Technology as well as pupils from the Korunovační Primary School contributed in 2015 to the production of the drums used to mark the anniversary of the first Nazi deportation of Jewish people from Prague during the Holocaust. (PHOTO: Memorial Shoah Prague).

Czech civil society marks anniversary of the first Nazi transport of Jews from Prague not with silence, but with rhythm

25.10.2015 9:17 An unusual "happening" called "Drumming for Bubny" has marked the anniversary of the first Nazi transport of Jewish people from Prague to the concentration camps during WWII. Four hundred drums were distributed at the Prague-Bubny train station beneath a statue by Czech sculptor Aleš Veselý called "The Gate of No Return" and used by participants to symbolically disrupt the silence that surrounded that first deportation (Video footage of the event is here).  full story




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