‘We Are Memory Keepers’: In a Few Years, This Holocaust Project Will Be Impossible to Do

Some 250 professional photographers from around the globe volunteered to take the images, which also capture survivors’ successful postwar lives

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Ágnes Keleti, 99, in her Budapest home. She won 10 Olympic medals in gymnastics, including five golds. She survived the war, but her father perished in Auschwitz.
Ágnes Keleti, 99, in her Budapest home. She won 10 Olympic medals in gymnastics, including five golds. She survived the war, but her father perished in Auschwitz.Credit: Bea Bar Kallos, The Lonka Project 2019
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