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"Art, the Interpreter of the Unspeakable”: Hungarian Student Art and Literature Project Concludes with Museum Event

Over 100 students and teachers came together last week for a closing celebration that honored the students’ achievements and showcased their thoughtful responses to testimony.

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From the Visual History Archive

Tibor Pivko on the destruction of Lidice

Tibor Pivko on the destruction of Lidice

Language: English

Tibor Pivko remembers when the Nazis destroyed the Czechoslovakian town of Lidice in retaliation for the assassination of high ranking Nazi Reinhard Heydrich, by Czech and British resistance soldiers.

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Tibor Pivko remembers when the Nazis destroyed the Czechoslovakian town of Lidice in retaliation for the assassination of high ranking Nazi Reinhard Heydrich, by Czech and British resistance soldiers. Pictured Heydrich’s damaged car after the assassination attempt that left Heydrich mortally wounded.

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Meet Valerie Mayzelshteyn

Valerie Mayzelshteyn has just completed a year as Professor Jeffrey Shandler’s research assistant, during which time she conducted valuable research for his upcoming projects in the Visual History Archive and learned lessons from Holocaust survivors that she will not soon forget.

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