Keep it safe!: Jewish life in a Hungarian town
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the holocaust in Hungary renowned photographer Irén Ács collected photographs from her birth place of Szécsény and told her own story of a Jewish childhood in the Hungarian countryside to author Júlia Levendel. 'Keep it Safe!' is a moving document of a lost world and a fascinating example of the possibilities of found photographs when accompanied by an appropriate commentary.
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