In June we also visited the Museum of Holocaust in Sereď during the trip to Bratislava, which was established in the premises of the former labour and concentration camp Sereď. It represents an authentic place connected to the tragic period of solving the Jewish question in Slovakia during the Second World War. The museum features period papers, photographs and objects related to the persecution of Jews on the territory of Slovakia. During the tour of the museum, the lecturer explained the history of the place. The site was exposed by the first Jews and served to gather Jews for deportation. It did not serve to liquidate the Jewish population. A deportation wagon is also part of an exposition. In 1942, first transfers began. There were 40 people in one wagon. Part of the excursion was the story of two Slovak Jews who managed to escape from Auschwitz. These two Slovaks travelled nearly 140 km on foot. Although just the escape from Auschwitz could be a great miracle, they even wrote in detail what was going on in Auschwitz. This document had 32 pages and detailed the death camp ratios. They told their story to the Jewish authorities. At first they did not believe, because no one really imagined that mass murdering was taking place in Auschwitz. Vrba and Wetzler then wrote a detailed report, in which they explained the whole process of killing people in the gas chambers and their subsequent burning in crematorium furnaces. Vrba and Wetzler were the first to make the world known for what really was happening in the work camps. To these days, a running event is annually held in their honour to remind how important was their escape. At the end of our excursion we also learned something about the Roma Holocaust.