Ghettos Were Created In Hungary. One Of The Ghettos Was Budapest It Was Created At The End Of The War .At This Time Jews Was Concentrated In Ghettos , Towns And Cites . The Total Population Was 10,000. Before World War II Approximately 200,000 Jews Lived In Budapest .
#1 Budapest Was In The Holocaust
#2 Budapest Is A Ghetto
#3 Budapest Was The First Place Jews Settled
#4 Many People Were Forced To Enter Budapest Ghettos
#5 Budapest Is The Biggest City In Hungary
#6 Budapest Was Not Always The Capital Of Hungary
#7 Budapest Big On Art And Culture
#8 Budapest Is Very Hot
#9 Budapest is home to the third largest Parliament building in the world
#10 Budapest has the oldest subway-line in mainland Europe
1000 – St. Stephen is crowned; he becomes the first king of Hungary. Hungary converts to Christianity and becomes an independent kingdom.
1046 – Bishop dies at the hands of pagans on present-day Gellert in the fight against Christianity.
12th century – The development of Buda and Pest starts thanks to the French, Walloon and German settlers who migrate here and work and trade along the banks of the Danube.
1241-42 – The Mongolian invasion destroys both cities
1248 – King Bela IV builds the first royal castle on Castle Hill and city walls surround Pest.
14th century – The Angevin kings from France established Buda as a royal seat, building probably the largest Gothic palace.
# 5 Important People
Feng-Shan Ho - was a Chinese diplomat who saved approximately 2,000 Jews during the early years of World War II.
Irena Sendler- was a Polish Catholic social worker. During World War II, she was a member of the Polish Underground and the pegota Polish anti-Holocaust resistance in Warsaw.
Hugh O’Flaherty- Hugh O’Flaherty was an Irish Catholic priest who saved about 4,000 Allied soldiers and Jews in Rome during World War II.
Giorgio Perlasca- Giorgio Perlasca was an Italian who helped save thousands of Hungarian Jews from the Holocaust by issuing them fake passports to travel to neutral countries.
Chiune Sugihara- Chiune Sugihara was a Japanese diplomat, serving as Vice Consul for the Japanese Empire in Lithuania.
He Was A Man Who Saved Most Jews He Helped Most Of Them Get Out Of Concentrated Ghettos .
# Why My Topic Important
My Topic Is Important Because It Tells You That People Had To Live In These Small Homes/Ghettos And Its Sad So Other Jews Helped Get Them Out Of Concentrated Ghettos .