Jewish Skeletons in Hungary's Closet Return to Haunt It
The discovery of human remains in the Danube River, apparently connected to a 1945 bridge explosion, has reopened old wounds concerning Hungary's acknowledgment of the Jewish identity of its Holocaust victims.
In June 2011, in the course of repairs being done to Margaret Bridge in Budapest, human skeletons were found on the floor of the Danube River. An initial examination found that the bodies were stuck amid the...
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