The Budapest Holocaust Memorial Centre together with the Yahad-In Unum research organisation from France is organizing its 6th ‘Holocaust by Bullets’ seminar for LEVEL I teachers, which will take place from 22 to 24 September, 2022 in Budapest, Hungary.

The discussions of the seminar will focus on the topic of Holocaust by Bullets – atrocities committed by the Nazi Germany in German Occupied Soviet Territories between 1941 and 1944.

Application Form

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Venue: Holocaust Memorial Centre, 1094 Budapest, Páva utca 39.

Language: English

The three-day seminar will consist of:

  • 22 September: the book launch of the Hungarian translation of Father Patrick Desbois’ book – Holocaust by Bullets.
  • 23-24 September: the seminar “Learn Teach Apply”, providing extra presentations on specific topics related to the killings by bullets of Hungarian Jews.
  • Besides the lectures given by Yahad-In Unum, the presence of a Hungarian and an Austrian expert on massacres/mass shootings committed in the Western part of the country in 1945 will enrich the sharing of knowledge and exchange concerning research.

How to apply?

Application is open until 15 June 2022.

To apply, please send the application form (which can be found on the right-hand side of this page) and a covering letter, in which you give details of your interest in studying the Holocaust, to oktatas@hdke.hu.

Costs:

  • Meals: during the seminar the Memorial Centre is going to provide lunch for the participants on both days.
  • Accommodation: The Memorial Centre will provide accommodation for participants who are not residents in Budapest for two nights (22-23 rd September) in a nearby hotel. Participants must share a room with a fellow participant.
  • Compensation for travel expenses: The Memorial Centre will compensate for Hungarian participants travel expenses, while Yahad-in Unum will compensate for international train/bus/plane tickets of the participants between Budapest and the place of residence of the participants up to 200 euros. Unfortunately, the organisations are not able to compensate for the travel expenses for participants coming by car.