This talk will focus on Maria Chamberlain’s book, ‘Never Tell Anyone You’re Jewish’, a story of two assimilated Jewish families in Nazi-occupied Poland in the eye of the Holocaust. The material in the book is compiled from recounted memories of the survivors, unfinished memoirs, letters, photographs, and historical archives.
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In this talk, Dr Barbara Warnock, curator of the Library’s latest exhibition will discuss the genesis of the exhibition project, the process of curation and explore some of the key documents, photographs and artefacts on display.
In this event, we will introduce the Sephardi Voices UK archive, explore testimonies of those who lived through the 1941 pogrom, the Farhud, and discuss the long-term effects on Baghdad’s Jewish population.
Dr Dave Rich details what fighting antisemitism looks like in a modern and digital age in the UK today.
The first event in the Library’s ‘Fighting Antisemitism’ exhibition series, historian and author Daniel Sonabend will tell the story of the militant Jewish anti-fascist organisation the 43 Group. Join us in-person or online.