The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Why Teach About the Holocaust

The objective of teaching any subject is to engage the intellectual curiosity of students in order to inspire critical thought and personal growth. Therefore it is essential that educators consider...

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What to Teach about the Holocaust

In general, teaching about the Holocaust should: Advance knowledge about this unprecedented destruction Preserve the memory of those who suffered Encourage educators and students to reflect upon...

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Commemorative events in former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The commemoration of 75 years since the deportation of 7,144 Jews to the death camp Treblinka in 1943 was marked by numerous events and activities in Skopje, Bitola and Shtip on 11 and 12 March 2018....

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70th Anniversary of Deportation Commemorated in Skopje

On Monday, 11 March 2013, the Jewish community in Skopje marked the 70th anniversary of the deportation of 7,144 Jews. Governmental and Jewish community representatives laid flowers at the monument...

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Holocaust Memorial Centre opens in Skopje

A memorial center dedicated to Holocaust victims opened in Skopje yesterday.  The memorial is a multimedia center with photos, narratives, and video clips showing the life of the Jewish communities...

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Director for Global Jewish Security in Skopje

On 18 February, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Nikola Poposki, met the Director for Global Jewish Security at the World Jewish Congress, Mr. Omri...

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Commemoration of Treblinka Deportations

On 11March, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia commemorated 7,144 Jews who were deported to the extermination camp Treblinka in 1943. Numerous events and activities were carried out in...

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