’Anne Frank – History for Today’ exhibition opened

Author: Főadmin Date: 2014. október 10., péntek 15:58


The materials of the exhibition were assembled by the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, which demonstrates the story of Anne Frank and her family in a historical context.


Sándor Szenczy, the President of HBAid, said in his opening speech that it is our human duty to remember the Holocaust and remind the younger generations about it. Anne Frank’s life is suitable to tell the story of the Holocaust and to encourage us to think about the past and the present.„The opposite of life is not death, but indifference.” – the President finished his speech with the thoughts of Elie Wiesel.

The exhibition could be visited for free by groups of 14-20 years old students accompanied by their teacher until September 30th. The exhibition was presented by students from the school.



Balatonföldvár-Roma Bible School

Balatonföldvár-Hungarian Baptist Aid organized a training for Roma pastors from September 24th-29th. The program will continue in January in the city by the lake.

’Anne Frank – History for Today’ exhibition opened

On the afternoon of September 10th, ’Anne Frank – History for Today’ travelling exhibition opened on the 70th anniversary of the Holocaust at Vendéglátó, Idegenforgalmi és Kereskedelmi Baptista Középiskola és Szakiskola (in English: Baptist Secondary School and Vocational School of Catering, Tourism and Trade).

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