Obj. ID: 46423 Holocaust Memorial in the Jewish Quarter of Boskovice, Czech Republic, 2007
Who is Commemorated?
Jews of Boskovice who were deported to concentration camps in the Holocaust
This plaque is located in the center of the Jewish district in Boskovice where Jews from Boskovice were gathered in 1942 for deportation.
The commemorative plaque is inscribed in Czech. The inscription is framed by two raised rectangular bands. The upper band bears barbed wire as decoration, and the lower band has a depiction of a rose. A Magen David adorns the uppermost part of the plaque.
458 židovských občanů Boskovic,
kteří byli 14. a 15. března 1942
z tohoto místa deportováni
do koncentračních táborů.
Klub přátel Boskovic 2007
Translation: In memory of 458 Jewish citizens of Boskovice, who were deported to concentration camps from this place on 14 and 15 March 1942. / Boskovice Friends Club 2007.
Boskovice Friends Club
The plaque was unveiled on March 14, 2007, 65 years after the deportation of Boskovice's Jewish residents to concentration camps.
The plaque was commissioned by the Boskovice Friends Club.
"Deska památce židovských občanů odhalena," Boskovice, Official Site, March 14, 2007, https://www.boskovice.cz/deska-pamatce-zidovskych-obcanu-odhalena/d-13635 (accessed January 22, 2023)
"Memorial Plaque to Deported Jews in Boskovice," Monuments of Remembrance 1918-2018, http://monuments-remembrance.eu/en/panstwa/czechy-2/350-memorial-plaque-to-deported-jews (accessed January 22, 2023)
"Osudy boskovických Židů od začátku II. světové války," Vlastivědné listy
Boskovicka, no. 25 (30), October 2007, http://www.klub-pratel-boskovic.cz/vl17-1.pdf (accessed January 22, 2023)