Slovak National Exhibition in Oswiecim

Latitude:50° 1' 38.67816" / 50.0274106
Longitude:19° 12' 7.138439999856" / 19.20198289999996
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Museum SNP Oswiecim Museum of the Slovak National Uprising has made available a permanent Slovak National Exhibition Tragedy of Slovak Jews in State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim on May 8, 2002. The main aim of the permanent Slovak National Exhibition in Oswiecim is to give visitors historically objective view of genesis and course of the holocaust in Slovakia during the Second World War. The particularity of Slovak National Exhibition consist in fact that the complex issue of the Holocaust presents in causal historical connections with development of Slovak society and regime of war Slovak Republic in the years 1939 -1945. When selecting documentary material from multiple archives, there we preferred the most important archival documents and photographic documentation with a great informative value to keep them in memory and consciousness of visitors. Source: www.muzeumsnp.sk Information on the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum website: http://auschwitz.org/en/visiting/national-exhibitions/slovakia   ... Read more

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