Bodrogkeresztur, Hungary

The Jewish population of Bodrogkeresztur was 20% of the town's total in 1930, with 535 members of the community. After the German occupation of Hungary on 19 March 1944, the Jews were rounded up on 16-17 April. They were first concentrated in a local ghetto, and then transferred to the ghetto of Satoraljauhely, from where they were deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp in occupied Poland. 37 members of the village's Jewish community survived the Holocaust, none remain in Bodrogkeresztur.

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