March 19, 2014

70 years after Nazi occupation, anti-Semitism still a problem in Hungary

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Shoes line the Danube promenade, a poignant reminder of what happened to thousands of Jews during the Hungarian Holocaust, which started with the German Army's invasion on March 19, 1944. RNS photo by Trevor Grundy

Shoes line the Danube promenade, a poignant reminder of what happened to thousands of Jews during the Hungarian Holocaust, which started with the German Army's invasion on March 19, 1944. RNS photo by Trevor Grundy

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BUDAPEST, Hungary (RNS) On the 70th anniversary of the Nazi invasion of Hungary, many Jews are wondering whether the passage of time has done much to quell this nation’s troubling history of anti-Semitism.