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The sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp

Livia Koralek (today Chana Spiegel), was born in 1921 in Gyor, Hungary. She completed her teachers’ training course in 1940 and was given a teaching job in a Jewish school in the town of Csorna. Prior to this, women had not been employed at the school, but as most of the men had been sent away to labor camps by the Fascist authorities, there was a shortage of male teachers.

  The sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp
The sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp

  The sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp
Livia Koralek (second from the right) and her students, Csorna (Sopron), Hungary, 1943
Livia Koralek (second from the right) and her students, Csorna (Sopron), Hungary, 1943

Livia Koralek (second from the right) and her students, Csorna (Sopron), Hungary, 1943
Some disintegrated fragments of the sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp
Some disintegrated fragments of the sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp

Some disintegrated fragments of the sermon that Livia Koralek delivered on Yom Kippur in Parschnitz Concentration Camp
First day of classes in the “Tarbut” School, September 1, 1945, Budapest
First day of classes in the “Tarbut” School, September 1, 1945, Budapest

First day of classes in the “Tarbut” School, September 1, 1945, Budapest
A pin of the “Tarbut” School in Hungary
A pin of the “Tarbut” School in Hungary

A pin of the “Tarbut” School in Hungary
Chana (Livia) Koralek and Yehuda (Aladar) Spiegel, Budapest, 1946
Chana (Livia) Koralek and Yehuda (Aladar) Spiegel, Budapest, 1946

Chana (Livia) Koralek and Yehuda (Aladar) Spiegel, Budapest, 1946
Chana and her son Uri in a photo prepared for false papers in preparation for their joining the “Beriha” from Hungary to Eretz Israel
Chana and her son Uri in a photo prepared for false papers in preparation for their joining the “Beriha” from Hungary to Eretz Israel

Chana and her son Uri in a photo prepared for false papers in preparation for their joining the “Beriha” from Hungary to Eretz Israel
The Spiegel family: Chana, Yehuda, Uri and Avishai, Haifa, 1956
The Spiegel family: Chana, Yehuda, Uri and Avishai, Haifa, 1956

The Spiegel family: Chana, Yehuda, Uri and Avishai, Haifa, 1956
Yearly meeting of the women liberated in the Parschnitz Concentration Camp on May 9, 1945. “Café Yehudit”, Tel Aviv, May 9, 1997
Yearly meeting of the women liberated in the Parschnitz Concentration Camp on May 9, 1945. “Café Yehudit”, Tel Aviv, May 9, 1997

Yearly meeting of the women liberated in the Parschnitz Concentration Camp on May 9, 1945. “Café Yehudit”, Tel Aviv, May 9, 1997