Re: Bor Labor Camp #hungary


annmajor@...
 

A Hungarian jurist/sociologist, Tamas Csapody, has reccently published a
book, Bori munkaszolgálatosok, about the forced labourers at Bor. I was told
by a friend, who is a survivor of Bor that the book is very well researched
(actually he has supplied some of the details to the author). The book is,
of course, in Hungarian, but maybe you could get in touch with the author
through the Budapest Holocaust Center (+36-1) 455 33 33 E-mail:info@hdke.hu.
Hope you will be lucky with your search,
Ann Major, Sydney

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Subject: Re: Bor Labour Camp
From: mhollosi@gmail.com
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 08:32:31 -0500
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Take a look at the following article in English about the labour camp:
http://bhiweb.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/summary2011-11-09.pdf
This is the English summary of a monograph byTamás Csapody on the subject
(in Hungarian).

Bor was immortalized also by the poetry of one of its victims, Miklós
Radnóti. See:
http://books.google.com/books?id=sfA16HpTdbAC&dq=radn%C3%B3ti+bor+isbn

Best regards

Mike Hollosi
Toronto, Ontario

Subject: Bor Labour Camp
From: vrederun@gmail.com
Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2013 22:51:58 -0500
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I am looking for records or lists of those deported to the Bor Labor
Camps (Organization Todt) circa 1943 and 1944.>from Budapest (or
Hungary).

I am also looking for information or records >from the first death
march (of Hungarian detainees) >from Bor which occurred on on September
17, 1944. I have read that on this march only 9 persons survived
(>from 5000 persons).

If anyone has any information or could direct me to the needed
information I would be appreciative.

Thank you,

Stacye Mehard

Virginia

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