Where many of my father’s sculptures are in the Art Museum…
In 1941 about 3,400 Jews lived in Szombathely, nearly 10% of the population.
Starting in 1942, Jewish men were forced into (Hungarian) labor battalions with very few surviving the extermination (which is what it was – I just visited my 93 year old mother’s cousin in London: they were 600 to enter in 1941 with two of them coming back, my mother and her sister lost their first husbands there).
In May 1944, Jews were concentrated in the local ghetto. A few months later, between July 4 & July 6, 4228 Jews were deported from Szombathely to Auschwitz – about fifty Jews survived the Holocaust. […]
Through monkey-see, monkey-do exploitation…
It is very nice to have children perform well but performance is a **theatrical** activity. Much in our cultural landscape consists of duplicating (well at times) what has **already** been done. Creativity involves being lost, not knowing what to do next…. Rapid answers are only shortcuts… My School of No Media tries to address some of this. […]
Every year he saves 100 000 lives – Jährlich rettet er 100 000 Leben – Chaque année il sauve 100 000 vies. Son credo : «développer une médecine de riche pour les pays pauvres»/His credo: «develop rich medicine for poor countries» – over 80% of all pediatric health care in Cambodia is provided by his hospitals.
The World’s Oldest Pianist (and Holocaust Survivor). I am Jewish, but Beethoven is my religion. Alice Herz-Sommer (109 years old!), Even the bad is beautiful. Against all odds, the fiercest optimist!