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Obj. ID: 49985
Jewish Funerary Art
  Memorial to the Fürst Family Members Who Perished in the Holocaust in the Jewish Cemetery in Čantavir, Serbia

© Olga Ungar, Photographer: Ungar, Olga, 2023

Memorial Name

Fürst Family Grave

Who is Commemorated?

Fürst family members who perished in the Holocaust

Description

The grave consists of two stelae standing on a low-stepped elongated platform. In the front is the stele made of light-colored stone. It bears the commemorative inscription in Hungarian and is topped with a bouquet of artificial stone flowers in a black marble vase. The back structure is a tombstone made of black marble with an arched commemorative inscription in Hungarian with the engraved names of those who perished below. 

Inscriptions

Front Stele (Hungarian)

Vérző szívünkben emléketek lángja örökké égni fog

Translation: In our bleeding hearts, the flame of remembrance of you will burn forever

 

Back Stele (Hungarian)

Auswitzi és Ukrajnai kedveseink emlékére

Translation: In memory of our loved ones from Auschwitz and Ukraine

Fürst Károly
Fürst Károlyne
Fürst Miklos
Fürst Pista
Fürst Andor
Fürst Tibike
Fürst Erzsébet
Fürst Margit (1906-1992)

Comissioned by

The Fürst family

Summary and Remarks

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Name/Title
Memorial to the Fürst Family Members Who Perished in the Holocaust in the Jewish Cemetery in Čantavir, | Unknown
Object Detail
Monument Setting
Date
1960-1980s, 1992
Synagogue active dates
Reconstruction dates
Artist/ Maker
Unknown
Historical Origin
Unknown
Community type
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Congregation
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Location
Serbia | Vojvodina | Čantavir (Чантавир)
| 52-56 Kanjiška Street
Site
Unknown
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Period
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Documentation / Research project
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Material / Technique
Black Marble
Reconstituted Stone
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Material Cloth
Material Lining
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Documented by CJA
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Historical significance: Event/Period
Historical significance: Collective Memory/Folklore
Historical significance: Person
Architectural Significance: Style
Architectural Significance: Artistic Decoration
Urban significance
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0
Ornamentation
Custom
Contents
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Temp: Architecture Axis
Arrangement of Seats
Location of Women's Section
Direction Prayer
Direction Toward Jerusalem
Coin
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Signature
Colophon
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Suggested Reconsdivuction
History/Provenance
Main Surveys & Excavations
Sources

Archives of the Jewish Community, Novi Sad, "Evidencija preživelih Jevreja u Jugoslaviji 1946, I-II"

Ivanković, Mladenka. Jevreji u Jugoslaviji 1944 - 1952. Godine. Beograd: Institut za noviju istoriju Srbije, 2009.

"Memorials in Čantavir," Locations (Vojvodina Holocaust Memorials Project), https://www.vhmproject.org/en-US/Locations/Memorials/10 (accessed June 11, 2023)

Žrtve Rata 1941-1945: Jevreji. Belgrade: Savezni zavod za statistiku, 1966.
Type
Documenter
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Author of description
Olga Ungar | 2023
Architectural Drawings
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Computer Reconstruction
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Section Head
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Language Editor
Adam Frisch | 2023
Donor
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