Slovakian photographer Yuri Dojc, 69, insists that he doesn’t believe in
miracles, and doesn’t consider himself a particularly religious man.
Nonetheless, he describes his Last Folio project as the result of a
series of “miracles” that began with his father’s funeral, where he met
Mrs. Vajnorska, an Auschwitz survivor who became Dojc’s “second mother.”
She showed him around Slovakia and introduced him to other survivors,
whom he photographed.
That, in turn, led to his discovery in 2006 of an abandoned Jewish
schoolhouse, synagogue, and ritual bath in eastern Slovakia that had
remained largely undisturbed since the day in 1942 when everyone
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