Voices from the Holocaust

A moving opportunity to see and discuss original correspondence written by prisoners, while they were living and, often dying in Second World War Nazi concentration camps including Aushwitz, Dachau and Theresienstadt. Presented by Anthony Annakin- Smith, local author and historian. The material allows us to enter briefly the real lives of victims and to hear their emotions and experiences.Moving, enlightening and powerful.

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Admission
Free, suggested donation £3


Source: https://www.culture24.org.uk/nw000125?id=EVENT593276


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