Antisemitic football graffiti in Thessaloniki
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Antisemitic football graffiti in Thessaloniki

source: https://enantiastonantisimitismo.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/antisemitic-football-graffiti-in-thessaloniki/ Supporters of PAOK F.C. have sprayed onto a wall in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second-largest city, antisemitic graffiti calling the supporters of Aris F.C., also based in Thessaloniki, “Sons of a bitch” and “Jews” (in Greek: Εβραίοι). The graffiti has been recently discovered by lawyer & author Michalis Tremopoulos at the east side of the city. Thessaloniki, … Continue reading

A teenager who saved 17 jewish boys from the Nazi’s
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A teenager who saved 17 jewish boys from the Nazi’s

source: https://sofistories.com/2016/03/27/a-teenager-who-saved-17-jewish-boys-from-the-nazis/ Neoklis Girihidis was only 16-years old back in 1943, when he was assigned a very dangerous mission; to transport  17 jewish boys from Thessaloniki to the guerilla fighters in the mountains,  in order to escape the Nazis. 73 years later, the old man seeks again and again those children in his dreams. “Before I … Continue reading

Jewish Museum of Greece (Athens) June 1st – July 15th 2016 “Images of a lost world”
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Jewish Museum of Greece (Athens) June 1st – July 15th 2016 “Images of a lost world”

note: The exhibition is currently taking place at the Jewish Museum of Thessaloniki for 4 more days Centropa is a non-profit, Jewish historical institute dedicated to preserving 20th century Jewish family stories and photos from Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans, and disseminating these stories and photos through films, books and exhibitions. The first … Continue reading