Notes on cultural memory (written by project director, Dr. Uhl)
A word about the project (general information about the project and project funders)
Reviews (The reviewers were: the literature writer from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia Mr. Rusmir Agačević, Ms. Alma Leka, historian – senior museum advisor at the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Prof. Dr. Eliezer Papo, professor for Sephardic studies at the Ben-Gurion University in Negev in Israel and a non-resident Chief Rabbi for Bosnia and Herzegovina.)
Foreword (by authors)
Each chapter consists of two parts:
I – Basic information about the town, offfical statistical data, and the Jewish history of that town from the early settlement to the period of the World War II i.e. the Holocaust, including the information about the Jewish contribution to the local community’s culture, economical life, health and educational service, and their suffering in the Holocaust.
II – The second part pictured the portraits of the Jewish persons and Jewish families from the mentioned town.
Before the book was offically published, the authors have prepared the photo-exhibition „Lost in the Holocaust: Jewish neighborhoods in Bosnia and Herzegovina“ that was opened on March 19, 2015 in Sarajevo, in Novi Hram gallery by the High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina Dr. Valentin Inzko. The photo-exhibition materials contain short versions of the chapters about each town.
Here are some excerpts from the book.