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Slovak Holocaust survivor among five winners of Memory of Nations Award

November 18th, 2019

Holocaust survivor, member of the anti-fascist movement and participant in the Slovak National Uprising Dalma Spitzerova on Sunday became the Slovak winner of this year's Memory of Nations Award, which is awarded in recognition of bravery shown while standing up to totalitarian regimes. The other winners were Czech Miroslav Hampl, who helped prisoners in the uranium mines in the Czech town of Jachymov, Polish dissident and civil activist Wladyslaw Frasyniuk, Hungary's Laszlo Regeczy-Nagy, who as a member of the Hungarian army in 1945 was taken prisoner by British forces and later became a liaison between rebels and the West during the uprising against the communist regime in 1956, and German theoretic physician Dietrich Koch, who protested against the demolition of St. Paul's Cathedral in Leipzig, Germany in 1968.


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