Jewish History Of Budapest. Neo-Nazis In Europe. The Inspiration For One Day In Budapest
Jewish History in
in Eastern Europe.
The inspiration for
‘One Day In
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I visited Budapest in November 2012 to visit the grave of
my husband’s Hungarian Jewish family.We discovered that
anti-Semitism is still very much alive in Eastern Europe.
I wrote ‘One Day In Budapest’ as an action-adventure
thriller that portrays a chilling possible future.These slides
portray the sites included in the story.
Adolf Eichmann set up his
ofﬁce behind the rose
window in 1944, directing
the establishment of the
Ghetto in Budapest.
The Hebrew script from
Exodus 25:8 reads:“And let
them make me a sanctuary
that I may dwell among
Memorial park to the Hungarian Jewish martyrs of the
Shoah, the Holocaust. Each leaf is inscribed with a name.
The park also has tribute to Raoul Wallenberg, one of the
Righteous Among Nations, who protected Jews.
Shoes on the Danube. Memorial to Jews killed by Arrow
Cross militia on the banks of the river in WWII.They
were asked to remove their shoes before being shot.
The radical nationalist party,
Jobbik, now has 20% of the
parliamentary seats.They have
called for a national register of
The Holy Right Hand of St
Istvan/Stephen. 1000 year old
mummiﬁed ﬁst. A sacred
Christian relic, and nationalist
House of Terror, 60 Andrassy Way
Headquarters ﬁrst of the
Fascist Arrow Cross Party and
then the ÁVH, the Communist
There’s a labyrinth under Castle Hill full
of nationalist symbols, shut down
mysteriously in 2011
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