AboutLogin/RegisterDeutsch

Volunteers of Malteser emergency services

OBJECT INFORMATION
Bookmark and Share

Info

August 27 - September 24 1989
Hungary, Budapest, Malteser refugee camp Zugliget Church
Created By: Archiv Wolfgang Wagner

License: Creative Commons License

From the Set

East German Refugees at the Order of Malta Relief Camp, Budapest, 10 September 1989

Volunteers and Hungarian chairman, Pastor Imre Kozma, of Malteser emergency services at the entrance to the refugee camp for GDR citizens at the Zugliget Church in Budapest; Malteser emergency services began a large-scale operation in Hungary on August 27, 1989: "10,000 refugees from the GDR are being cared for in three camps before they are allowed to travel to the Federal Republic of Germany." (Retrieved and translated from Malteser Hilfsdienst, Erzdiözese München und Freising: Chronik 1955-2005, on April 23, 2009)

Depicts

group of people, houses, logo, man, priest, Trabant (car)

Context

camp, celebration, Christian Church, crowd, embassy, joy, omnibus, press, the, refugee, television, wave of refugees

People/Organizations

Order of Malta Ambulance Corps

Places

Zugliget church

Related