The twentieth century was a difficult time in Eastern Europe. Besides political repression and difficult economic times, many people suffered as victims under rutheless regimes. Hungary, like its neighbors, was no different. Along the Danube in Budapest is a memorial to the victims of the Arrow Cross regime. Mostly jewish, the victims often dissapeared in the night and were execute on the banks of the Danube. This was one of the most understated and poignant memorials I’ve ever seen.
Photo Tuesday: Danube Memorial
November 2, 2010 By 2 Comments