Maly Trostenets (Maly Trostinec), near Minsk, was one of the largest extermination sites of the National Socialist German Reich. Between 1942 and 1944, more than 55,000 people were murdered here, including almost 10,000 Austrian Jews. The House of History Austria (hdgö) brings the exhibition, which has so far been shown in in Germany, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Belarus, to Austria for the first time , supplemented by information regarding the deportations of Austrian Jews and their fates.
The House of History Austria thanks its partners: DÖW – Documentation Archive of Austrian Resistance | remember.at – National Socialism and the Holocaust: Memory and Presence | ALWAYS. Maly Trostinec remember | ÖAW – Austrian Academy of Sciences | University of Vienna – Institute of Contemporary History | Wiener Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies (VWI)
Photos by Latvijas Nacionālais arhīvs, Rīga