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The database contains names and fates of Jews deported from the Bohemian Lands and of the prisoners of the Terezín ghetto from other European countries. Almost eighty thousand Jews from Bohemian Lands were murdered during the Second World War. Most of them were deported to the Terezín (Theresienstadt) ghetto and then to the Nazi extermination camps. The Database contains no data of survivors:

The artist Gunter Demnig remembers the victims of National Socialism by installing commemorative brass plaques in the pavement in front of their last address of choice. There are now STOLPERSTEINE (lit. “stumbling stones or blocks”) in over 610 places in Germany as well as in Austria, Hungary, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Norway and Ukraine.
Gunter Demnig cites the Talmud saying that “a person is only forgotten when his or her name is forgotten”. The Stolpersteine in front of the buildings bring back to memory the people who once lived here. Each “stone” begins with HERE LIVED… One “stone”. One name. One person.
For 120 euros, anybody can sponsor a stone, its manufacture and its installation. Please contact info(at) for more information.

Trevor Sage. A page dedicated to the care of Prague’s Stolpersteine and keeping alive the memories of those who suffered Nazi atrocities. We will remember them. It is my mission to care for Prague’s Strolpersteine. In doing so I hope they will be noticed by those treading the streets of Prague and they take a moment to read the names and fate of the victims of Nazi atrocities. We need to remember them in our collective conscience to ensure we never allow it to happen again:

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