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Remembering means working. About the remembrance of Sinti and Romanies, who died during the nazi terror

Has Austria learnt its lesson from history? What about Austria’s part of responsibility for the Holocaust? Developments on the local level indicate the country’s temper very well. Efforts to remembrance of Sinti and Roma, who were deported to Concentration Camps from Salzburg, was an unpopular issue in council meetings in the 1980s. Huge protests took place against the installation of a Roma and Sinti monument. Today one cannot doubt that at least the officials of Salzburg stick by their historical responsibility. What effect did this change of mind during the last 20 years have? Georg Wimmer has created the following broadcast, about the forms of remembrance projects of schools and NGO’s.

-1 s2009 SEP 16
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Remembering means working. About the remembrance of Sinti and Romanies, who died during the nazi terror

The gipsy camp at Salzburg-Maxglan (1939-1943)

In 1939 the national socialist authorities createt a so-called gipsy camp in Salzburg. About 230 Sinti and Romanies werde imprisoned there. Men, women and children were forced into hard labour. Later on, they were deported to extermination camps. The existence of the gipsy camp faded from public memory after the end of war. Redaktion/Gestaltung: Georg Wimmer

-1 s2009 AUG 21
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The gipsy camp at Salzburg-Maxglan (1939-1943)

Hörmahnmal am Schwarzgrabenweg installiert

Im Rahmen der Stolperstein-Verlegung am 22. Juni wurde auch das Hörmahnmal der Radiofabrik am Schwarzgrabenweg installiert. Aufgrund der schlechten Wetterlage konnte die Elektronik, welche für den Transport aus Sicherheitsgründen ausgebaut werden mußte, noch nicht wieder installiert werden. Dies wird erst bei trockenem Wetter wieder möglich sein und ehestmöglich nachgeholt. Leider versprechen die Wettervorhersagen dafür in den nächsten Tagen wenig Chancen. Ein ausführlicher Bericht zur Installation steht auf salzburg.com zur Verfügung. Hörmahnmal am Schwarzgrabenweg / im Bild: Marcus Diess (techn. Leitung Radiofabrik), Georg Wimmer (Redaktionsleitung Radiofabrik), Nicole Sevik (Verein Ketani), Zoltan Pap (bildender Künstler), Inge Haller (Stolpersteine)

-1 s2009 JUN 24
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Hörmahnmal am Schwarzgrabenweg installiert

Latest Episodes

Remembering means working. About the remembrance of Sinti and Romanies, who died during the nazi terror

Has Austria learnt its lesson from history? What about Austria’s part of responsibility for the Holocaust? Developments on the local level indicate the country’s temper very well. Efforts to remembrance of Sinti and Roma, who were deported to Concentration Camps from Salzburg, was an unpopular issue in council meetings in the 1980s. Huge protests took place against the installation of a Roma and Sinti monument. Today one cannot doubt that at least the officials of Salzburg stick by their historical responsibility. What effect did this change of mind during the last 20 years have? Georg Wimmer has created the following broadcast, about the forms of remembrance projects of schools and NGO’s.

-1 s2009 SEP 16
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Remembering means working. About the remembrance of Sinti and Romanies, who died during the nazi terror

The gipsy camp at Salzburg-Maxglan (1939-1943)

In 1939 the national socialist authorities createt a so-called gipsy camp in Salzburg. About 230 Sinti and Romanies werde imprisoned there. Men, women and children were forced into hard labour. Later on, they were deported to extermination camps. The existence of the gipsy camp faded from public memory after the end of war. Redaktion/Gestaltung: Georg Wimmer

-1 s2009 AUG 21
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The gipsy camp at Salzburg-Maxglan (1939-1943)

Hörmahnmal am Schwarzgrabenweg installiert

Im Rahmen der Stolperstein-Verlegung am 22. Juni wurde auch das Hörmahnmal der Radiofabrik am Schwarzgrabenweg installiert. Aufgrund der schlechten Wetterlage konnte die Elektronik, welche für den Transport aus Sicherheitsgründen ausgebaut werden mußte, noch nicht wieder installiert werden. Dies wird erst bei trockenem Wetter wieder möglich sein und ehestmöglich nachgeholt. Leider versprechen die Wettervorhersagen dafür in den nächsten Tagen wenig Chancen. Ein ausführlicher Bericht zur Installation steht auf salzburg.com zur Verfügung. Hörmahnmal am Schwarzgrabenweg / im Bild: Marcus Diess (techn. Leitung Radiofabrik), Georg Wimmer (Redaktionsleitung Radiofabrik), Nicole Sevik (Verein Ketani), Zoltan Pap (bildender Künstler), Inge Haller (Stolpersteine)

-1 s2009 JUN 24
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Hörmahnmal am Schwarzgrabenweg installiert

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