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  • Moroccan immigrants about to disembark at Haifa in 1954

  • Budapest authorities tried to close the bar at Jewish community centre Auróra

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Film: 1945
November’s UK International Jewish Film Festival features the Hungarian film 1945, which follows the homecoming of two Jewish men after World War II. Rebecca Taylor speaks to the film’s co-writer Gábor T. Szántó.

 

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