On the occasion of the memorial year commemorating Hungarian political prisoners and forced laborers deported to the Soviet Union, a traveling exhibition titled Hungarians in the Camps of the Soviet Union – 1944-1956 has opened. The next stop will be in Vienna, Austria.
Guests will be welcomed by: Erzsébet Wurst (Director of the Community for the Economic Interests of Austrian Hungarians – The Kaláka Club)
The exhibition will be opened by: Krisztina Csibi (Director of the Hungarian House)
The exhibition will be introduced by: Sándor Szakály (Director of the VERITAS Research Institute for History)
The evening will culminate with a performance by Ági Szalóki.
Location: Forum Mozartplatz, Mozartgasse 4, Vienna
Date: 6:30 PM on (Tuesday) March 21st, 2017