In the United States, Bulgarian Jews who survived Nazi death camps during World War II are tracked down and their memories recorded.
As part of a project carried out at the University of California (UCLA), the subject was the Jews that Bulgaria prevented from being sent to Nazi camps.
According to news from the Bulgarian BTA, the project is being led by Professor Todd Pressner of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Noting that the church, army and society played a role in preventing thousands of Bulgarian Jews from being sent to Nazi camps in 1943, Presner stated that Bulgaria was the only European country that had the courage to save its Jewish citizens by preventing the deportation of nearly 50,000 Jewish citizens to Nazi camps.
Presner, the project is being run with 60 UCLA students.
- Balkans | Satisfied with the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina after being granted candidacy status in the European Union
- Balkans | Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti met with Leo Docherte
- Balkans | Centuries-old Bosnian grandmothers remember the past Ramadan with longing
- Balkans | Member States commit to increasing the WHO budget for 2024-2025 by 20%
- Balkans | Critical exports from the Turkish defense industry: Kosovo supplied OMTAS
- Balkans | Although 84 days have passed in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a government has not yet been formed.
- Balkans | The average net salary in the Republic of North Macedonia for the month of January was 33,943 dinars.
- Balkans | Ottoman: Kosovo was built on the blood of the KLA martyrs
- Balkans | President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev hosted the traditional Iftar dinner
- Balkans | The President of the Croatian Football Association, Davor Suker, watched the Samsunspor match