As part of the MaHoLa project, we also deal with sad but important topics. In 2021, we commemorate the 80th anniversary of the adoption of the so-called Jewish Code, which was the culmination of the anti-Jewish legislation of the war of the Slovak Republic. Anti-Jewish regulations also had a devastating effect on the smaller Jewish community in Ladce, the fate of which was the topic of Tomáš Michalík's lecture "Jews in Ladce in the period 1939 - 1945", which Tomáš presented on November 4, 2021 at the Municipal Office in Ladce and its modified form at the Primary School in Ladce. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the mayor of Ladce, Mr. Jaroslav Koyš, as well as the principal of the Primary School in Ladce, Mr. Bronislav Majtánová for the opportunity to present this challenging topic to the inhabitants of Ladiec and older pupils of the school.
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The MaHoLa project team cordially invites you to a lecture by Tomáš Michalík entitled "Jews in Ladce 1939-1945", which will take place on November 4, 2021 at 4 pm in the meeting room of the Ladce Municipal Office. The lecture is one of the events organized within the MaHoLa project, the aim of which is to support the restoration of part of the manor house in Ladce. The MaHoLa project is supported by EEA and Norway Grants.
The lecture will focus on the presentation of the fate of a small community of Jews in the village of Ladce during the Second World War. The lecture will be followed by a discussion. Any questions will be welcome and no questions will be forbidden. We are looking forward to your participation.
Today we commemorate the sad 80th anniversary of the adoption of the Jewish Code (September 9, 1941). As part of the MaHoLa project, we also want to focus on the restoration of local historical memory, including the fate of the Jewish citizens of Ladiec during the Second World War. The small Jewish community in Ladce was mainly represented by officials in the cement plant, but in the archival documents we also found a merchant, a doctor and two butchers. Ladci did not avoid the Aryanization, few people also remember Hlinka's or Hitler's street. In a short time we will invite you to a lecture on the fate of Jews in Ladce in the context of the racial legislation of the war of the Slovak Republic, which will be one of the professional lectures devoted to the history of the village Ladce and its manor house. The activities of the MaHoLa project are supported by EEA and Norway grants (www.eeagrants.sk).
On Saturday, August 7, 2021, we organized a Doors Open Day in the Ladce manor house, as part of the MaHoLa project. The aim of this exceptional event was to make the manor house and its vicinity accessible to anyone who had an interest to see this long-term inaccessible monument. Our visitors especially appreciated the possibility of a tour of the manor house spaces, which will be reconstructed within the MaHoLa project. The event included a presentation of a project for the restoration of part of the manor house, implemented thanks to EEA and Norway grant, the history of the manor house and historical artifacts related to the manor house and the village of Ladce, which will be presented in the
exposition spaces of the manor house after the reconstruction. We were pleasantly surprised by the participation and interest of all age groups of visitors. 850 people of you came to see the manor house. We look forward to the next meeting.