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How to clean Stolpersteine: Illustrative video fromTrevor

On the occasion of Yom ha-Shoah, Lauder school of Prague asked its students, teachers and parents to adopt individual Stolpersteine in the city. By the stone adoption, volunteers take upon themselves the commitment to visit the stones regularly during the following year until the next Yom ha-Shoah and to clean them so that the information on the stones remains easily legible. The project caught a lot of attention since the day it was launched and we believe that it will soon lead to a continuous care of the legibility of the stones. The adoptees take care either of the stones of their relatives or the Stolpersteine located in places near their place of residence. Thus, the project helps to maintain the awareness of family history as well as the awareness of the history of the place where the school children live. 
An art project by Gunter Demnig that commemorates the victims of national socialism, keeping alive the memory of all Jews, Roma and Sinti, homosexuals, dissidents, Jehovah´s witnesses and victims of euthanasia who were deported and exterminated. 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.
The database contains the names and fates of Jews deported from the Bohemian lands and prisoners of the Terezín ghetto from other European countries. During the Second World War, almost 80,000 Jews from the territory of today’s Czech Republic were murdered. Most of them were deported to the Terezín ghetto and from there to the extermination camps. Exact addresses are usually only available to Jews from Prague and come from the registration of Jews, which took place in the Protectorate since the autumn of 1941. The database does not contain information on survivors.
Foundation for Holocaust Victims in Czech republic


Publicly Beneficial Association Supporting Persons Affected by Holocaust


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:  Map of Stolpersteine in Prague   Internation Center of Nazi Persecution


 We remind the past



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An epitaph for those who have no grave

The Pinkas Memorial is dedicated to the Jewish victims
of the Holocaust from Bohemia and Moravia.
Their names are inscribed on the interior walls of the synagogue.



IWalk is an educational activity that combines the unique film testimonies from all over the world with the context of the everyday space in which we live. In the IWalk application you will find walks regarding the history of the Prague Deportation Center at Radiotrh, the Hagibor complex or the history of the Jewish presence in Vinohrady, another IWalk is dedicated to Uherský Brod or Pilsen, and others are being prepared.


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