The life of Jewish people in Szeged
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Iskolánk a 2012/2013-as tanévtől kezdve egy 7 országot magába foglaló multilaterális csereprogram részese. Ennek során diákjaink történelmi témakörökben projektmunkát folytatnak angol nyelven, majd......

Iskolánk a 2012/2013-as tanévtől kezdve egy 7 országot magába foglaló multilaterális csereprogram részese. Ennek során diákjaink történelmi témakörökben projektmunkát folytatnak angol nyelven, majd ezt követően 5-6 napos tanulmányi utat tesznek a hat fogadó ország (Spanyolország, Németország, Horvátország, Lengyelország, Litvánia valamint Észtország) valamelyikében.

Az első kiutazás időpontja: 2012. nov.29-dec.3.

(Vilassar De Mar-Spanyolország). Az elkészült projektmunka címe: The Hungarian Holocaust

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  • 1. Jews in Hungary Catherine Ulaszek Bolesaw (William) Pick
  • 2. Jewish districts• The Jewish people appeared in Hungary in the 12th and the 13th centuries.• The towns had the right to decide whether to let the Jewish people live within the city walls or not. Szeged also had this right.• In the 18th century these people were allowed to rent rooms and flats in the towns. The owners having Jewish-tenants were registered.• In 1813 Szeged marked a separated district for the Jewish people: the Gogol street and the Hajnóczy street. „Jewish ghetto. Christians mustnt go in. „
  • 3. Jewish districts 1843.• That wasn’t big enough so it needed expansion.• Not all of the Jewish people followed these regulations 40% of them didn’t live within this district• The Jewish Community was founded in Szeged in 1785.• Its central building was the Old Synagogue.
  • 4. The life of Jewish people in Szeged
  • 5. • The first Jewish person in Szeged was a tradesman called Mihály Pollák• The Jews had to live in the Hungarian cities without owning civil rights that time• In 1786-1787 approximately 25 families could be found in Szeged with a population of 136 A typical Jewish family
  • 6. • Later they got permission to choose their own judge and two church servants for their religious community• The leader of this community was called „rabbi”• The first book which involved the religious rules of Jewish people was created in 1791 A Jewish family
  • 7. • This is the Old Synagogue in 1879 during the Great Flood and today.• We can see this historical building from the window of the school.
  • 8. • Lipót Lőw was elected to be the rabbi for this synagogue• The Jewish people could take part in the political life from the 19th century• In 1920 the number of Jewish people living in the community was about 7000• Seven years later the Jewish community consisted of 8000 people
  • 9.  In the summer of 1941  They were also separated into Hungary joined the ghettos. Second World War. On 19th March 1944  It was the death march, and the German army only few of the deported Jews occupied Hungary. survived it. Eichmann and his notorious troop arrived to Hungary to find a ‘final solution to the problems of the jews’. Jews were listed, and were ordered to wear yellow stars.
  • 10.  The Szeged ghetto  From the 6600 people was organized in May who were carried off and in June in the from Szeged in 1944 streets around the only about 1500 Synagogue and in the returned. Brick Factory of  The number of victims Szeged . of the Second World About 8700 Jews War from Szeged were moved to the region reached 6000. Szeged ghetto. There was only one gate to the ghetto, which was carefully controlled by the police. In 1944 the Jews of Szeged nearly vanished.
  • 11.  On April 4 1945  Although most of the Hungary was liberated society seemed from the fascist careless about the regime. deportation of the Before the war Jews, many 600.000 Jews lived in Hungarians decided to Hungary. help the persecuted in About 400.000 of days of great fear. them were massacred  They are known as the during the Holocaust. ‘Jew savers’
  • 12.  Sára Salkaházi was among the heroes whose martyrdom presents the foundation of humanity. She is credited with saving the lives of 100 jews during WWII. She was shot by the Nazis. Raoul Wallenberg was a Swedish architect, businessman, diplomat and humanitarian. He is also widely celebrated for his successful efforts to rescue tens of thousands to about one hundred thousand Jews in Nazi- occupied Hungary.
  • 13. The Synagogue duringthe Second World War The Synagogue of Szeged was the centre of the ghetto. When the transportation of the Jews started, the Jews of Szeged were told to leave all their personal belongings behind. These things later had been replaced to the Synagogue of Szeged.
  • 14.  After the liberation a And the Synagogue today... part of the returned began to build up their life again...  Consequently the Jewish community Today victims of the lives with substantial WWII are history, with values to remembered in the be protected with Synagogue: declared historic moments, with an old The Memorial plaque, peoples home to look where you can read after, with a youth almost 5000 names club, with a modest on the marble tablets. number of young people as the trustees of the future.  The church is again loud with the noise of the little ones in the services.