In 1946, after the war, Košice was the site of an orthodox festival, with a Mizrachi convention and a Bnei Akiva Yeshiva (school) for Jews, which, later that year, moved with its students to Israel.When was the mayor of Košice inaugurated?
He was inaugurated on December 10, 2018. Administratively, the city of Košice is divided into four districts: Košice I (covering the center and northern parts), Košice II (covering the southwest), Košice III (east), and Košice IV (south) and further into 22 boroughs (wards): Košice is the second university town in Slovakia, after Bratislava.When was the Košice government programme declared?
Among other acts, the Košice Government Programme was declared on April 5, 1945. A large population of ethnic Germans in the area was expelled and sent on foot to Germany or to the Soviet border.What happened in Košice during the war?
The Soviet Union captured the town in January 1945, and for a short time, it became a temporary capital of the restored Czechoslovak Republic until the Red Army had reached Prague. Among other acts, the Košice Government Programme was declared on April 5, 1945.