The Bubny Railway Station in Prague carries an important historical
legacy. It is here that some fifty thousand Czech Jews boarded the
transports. This collective story is telling us about events we strive
to find the right name for since the end of the Second World War. The
elimination of one of the three Prague's largest cultural entities is
something unutterably horrendous with multiple layers of terror: the
number of victims, families destroyed, post-war stigmas of those few who survived... As last survivors are slowly dying out, life stories of
Jewish people during the war seem to become distant tales of Biblical texts. And yet, we talk about modern history, about stories impossible to forget, which have inspired numerous films, novels, theatre plays and museum exhibitions.