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Nandor Glid 12 December 1924 - 31 March 1997 was a Yugoslav sculptor, best known for designing the memorial sculpture at the Dachau concentration camp
Glid was a Holocaust survivor who had been a forced laborer and partisan during the war and whose father and most of his family were murdered in Auschwitz
From 1985 to 1989 he was Rector of the University of Arts in Belgrade
After the war, he created a number of monuments memorializing Holocaust victims, including the memorial at the Mauthausen concentration camp and the Dachau concentration camp, for which he won the international competition for the memorial sculpture in 1967
In 1990, the city of Belgrade and the local Jewish community dedicated a memorial sculpture, Menora u plamenu English: "Menorah in Flames" in the Dorćol quarter, which had been the Jewish quarter of Belgrade The sculpture commemorates over 10,000 Serbian Jews, the vast majority from Belgrade, who were murdered by SS and Wehrmacht army units or deported to concentration camps during the Holocaust in Serbia
In 1997, Glid began a sculpture for the Holocaust memorial to the Jews of Salonika, which was a variation on the Menorah in Flames, but he died before it was finished His sons completed it after his death and it was subsequently unveiled in Thessaloniki, Greece
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- ^ a b c d "Menorah in Flames Holocaust Memorial" Information Portal to European Sites of Remembrance Berlin, Germany: Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas Retrieved 2019-08-11
- ^ "History of the University" University of Arts in Belgrade Archived from the original on October 6, 2011 Retrieved May 26, 2010
- ^ Kamins, Toni L 1968-02-01 "To Unveil Monument to Dachau Victims on Anniversary of Camp's Liberation" Jewish Telegraphic Agency Retrieved 2019-08-12
- ^ Kamins, Toni L 1968-02-08 "Yugoslav Jews Honor Memory of Subotica Resistance Group" Jewish Telegraphic Agency Retrieved 2019-08-12
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