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Margit Horvath Stiftung

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The foundation is a result of the intensive research work done to reveal the history of the KZ satellite camp in Walldorf
In 1944, 1,700 Jewish girls and women from Hungary were incarcerated
in the KZ satellite camp Walldorf. Under most inhuman conditions, they were forced to build the first concrete runway of the Luftwaffe air base, which is now Frankfurt International Airport.
Margit Horváth was one of the prisoners. After the war she had first returned to
Cluj (now Romania), went to Israel later, and finally to Frankfurt were she led a secluded life. When she died in 2001, before she could receive the restitution payment provided by the "Entschädigungsfonds der Deutschen Wirtschaft",
her only son, Gábor Goldman, offered this money to the Mörfelden-Walldorf Museum,
in appreciation of the research work done. It became a fundamental and eminently important building block for our foundation.

Latest project news

Spendengelder, die nicht mehr für das Projekt ausgegeben werden können

  betterplace.org-Team  08 October 2021 at 03:28 PM

Liebe Spender,
bei Projekten, bei denen Spendengelder über einen langen Zeitraum hinweg nicht angefordert wurden, sehen das Gesetz und unsere Nutzungsbedingungen vor, dass die Spenden von der gut.org gemeinnützigen AG (Betreiberin von betterplace.org) zeitnah für deren satzungsmäßige Zwecke verwendet werden müssen.
Deshalb setzen wir die noch nicht verwendeten Spendengelder für diese Zwecke ein
Vielen Dank für eure Unterstützung,
das betterplace.org-Team

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