Book handover Marko Feingold

Book handover at the deployment sites

For the occasion of 25 years of service abroad our servant abroad Marko Feingold has handed over the book “Wer einmal gestorben ist, dem tut nichts mehr weh” as a receiving gift to the international- memorial services on the 1. September,2017.

Book handover Marko Feingold

On the 1 September 1992 Georg Mayer was the first one to worked for the Austrian Service Abroad in the museum “Auschwitz-Birkenau” as a memorial servant. For the occasion of 25 years of service abroad our servant abroad Marko Feingold has handed over the book “Wer einmal gestorben ist, dem tut nichts mehr weh” as a receiving gift to the international- memorial services on the 1. September,2017. The initiative will be continued in the following years.

The life and work of advisory council Marko Feingold

Marko Feingold survived the inhuman ferocity of the concentration camp Auschwitz, Neuengamme, Dachau and Buchenwald. After the relief he lived in Salzburg where he helped survivors of the holocaust at their escape to Palestine. Right now, Marko Feingold is the president of the Israelite religious community and he supervises the synagogue of the city of Salzburg. With his age 104 he is the oldest holocaust survivor of Austria.

Hereby we would like to thank the Otto-Müller Verlag for the provision of the books and the support.

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