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Recovery & Repair: Supporting Jewish Family Histories of the Holocaust in Britain
This is an in-person event taking place at The Scottish Jewish Archives Centre (SJAC) on Sunday 10 and Monday 11 September.
Fate Unknown: Travelling Exhibition Launch and Drinks reception
Take part in an exciting launch event that will feature talks by the co-curators, Professor Dan Stone and Dr Christine Schmidt, special guests, a drinks reception, and an opportunity to view the Fate Unknown travelling exhibition.
Recovery and Repair: Family History Research Workshop
This workshop will help you take the first steps in conducting your own family research using the International Tracing Service digital archive, including using sources freely available online. Join our Senior ITS Archive Team Manager, Elise Bath and ITS Researcher Ian Rich as they demonstrate the uses of this important archive.
Fate Unknown: The Search for the Missing after the Holocaust
Join the co-curators of the Fate Unknown exhibition, Prof Dan Stone and Dr Christine Schmidt, who will explore the remarkable, little-known story of the search for the missing after the Holocaust.
In Conversation: Lord Daniel Finkelstein and Professor Philippe Sands
An event to mark the publication of Lord Daniel Finkelstein’s Hitler, Stalin, Mum and Dad: A Family Memoir of Miraculous Survival, in conversation with Professor Philippe Sands
Holocaust family memoirs – Yes, another one!
Sandra Lipner is a techne (AHRC)-funded PhD student at Royal Holloway, University of London. In her doctoral thesis, she uses a cultural family history approach to investigate German bourgeois subjectivities within the context of the Third Reich. This blogpost asks what unites these family histories, what sets them apart, and why they matter.
Talk: Dame Stephanie Shirley CH: ‘My Family in Exile’
Dame Stephanie Shirley CH, also known as Steve, is a workplace revolutionary and successful IT entrepreneur turned ardent venture philanthropist. At 89 years old, her story has many strands which, woven together, have produced a lifetime of exceptional achievements.
Hybrid Event: Holocaust Letters and Family Histories – Ariana Neumann, Peter Bradley
The Wiener Holocaust Library, in partnership with the Holocaust Research Institute at Royal Holloway, University of London, for the Holocaust and Genocide Research Partnership are delighted to host this hybrid panel discussion with Ariana Neumann and Peter Bradley, who will reflect on the significance of their family document collections for writing Second Generation memoirs.
Virtual Event: Holocaust Survival, Memory and Documentation: An Event to Honour the Kaposi Family
Please join us virtually to attend a special evening in honour of Dr Agnes Kaposi, MBE, FREng, celebrated engineer and survivor of the Holocaust, to mark her family’s generous donation of their family’s document and book collection to The Wiener Holocaust Library.