The Forgotten Exiles - Jewish Refugee Domestics in Britain, 1938 - 1945 - London

FEBRUARY 11, 2020 6:30-8:30

Although over twice as many refugees from Nazism came to Britain on so-called Domestic Visas than via the Kindertransports, this subject has received far less attention. Dr Jennifer Craig-Norton will give a fascinating talk about her research into this neglected subject.

The Wiener Holocaust Library
29 Russell Square
London WC1B 5DP

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Standing Together: How One Synagogue saved Children's Lives - London

JANUARY 26, 2020 6PM-8PM

Dr Jennifer Craig-Norton will present research of never before studied archives that offers unique insight into the work of the ‘Hospitality Committee’ which sponsored individual children and supported their settlement in the UK. An exhibition of images from the Archive will be on display. The talk will be followed by a short memorial service and refreshments.

The West London Synagogue
33 Seymour Place
London S1H 5AU

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Holocaust Memorial Day theme: Stand Together - London

JANUARY 14, 2020 6:30-8:30

This Second Generation Network discussion group meeting looks at the HMD theme for 2020. What is the meaning of the concept Stand Together in the context of HMD? What is the significance of the idea for those of us with a Holocaust heritage?

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The Wiener Holocaust Library
29 Russell Square
London WC1B 5DP
6.15pm for 6.30pm–8.30pm

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KT2 Jonathan Tel book launch - New York

JANUARY 12, 2020 6PM

KT2 and wonderful writer Jonathan Tel is reading from his new book, Scratching the Head of Chairman Mao, at Word bookstore in Brooklyn!

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A Tribute to the Children of the Kindertransport, Los Angeles

DECEMBER 8, 2019 3PM

In commemoration of the 81st anniversary of the first Kindertransport Michele Gold discusses her book, Memories That Won't Go Away, which tells the stories of many of the children, including Gold's mother.

The talk is followed by a panel discussion with Michele Gold, Rita Sinder and Paul Kester, Kindertransportees from Germany & Austria, and Judy Cohen, whose father fled Austria via Kindertransport

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
100 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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World Kindertransport Day Gathering, New York

DECEMBER 8, 2019 2-5PM

KTA members in the tri-state, greater NYC area will gather to remember, meet with friends old and new, learn about the KTA's many activities over this past 80th commemorative year, and more.

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Council of Holocaust Educators Conference

DECEMBER 6, 2019 8:30AM-3PM

Listen to the Children: Voices from the Kindertransport

Dr. Jennifer Craig-Norton, Honorary Fellow of the Parkes Institute for Jewish/non-Jewish Relations at the University of Southampton.
Stephen Feinberg,former Special Assistant for Education Programs in the National Institute for Holocaust Education at USHMM.
Manny Lindenbaum survived the Holocaust as a Kindertransportee.

Student Life Center
Brookdale Community College
765 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ 07738

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Children under the Nazis

DECEMBER 3, 2019 6:30-8:30

A member of the Second Generation Professor Nicholas Stargardt, will explore his research into the impact of Nazism on children during the Holocaust. Using sources from the time, ranging from welfare and medical files, to diaries, letters and children’s drawings, he will shed light on their lives by focusing on their play and other activities.

The Wiener Holocaust Library
29 Russell Square
London WC1B 5DP

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Los Angeles KTA gathering

NOVEMBER 18, 2019 7PM-8:30PM

The SoCal KTA chapter hosts an evening with KTA President and KT2 Melissa Hacker, who will discuss commemorations held during the 80th year of the Kindertransports, and present video of The Kindertransport 80 Years On: a 2019 symposium in London that showcased current research on the Kindertransports.

Temple Beth Am 1039 S. La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035 in Pilch Hall.

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Siblings: How do we React to our Heritage? - London

NOVEMBER 12, 2019

This Second Generation discussion group looks at the reactions within families towards their Holocaust heritage. Many of us may have noticed that even among siblings the response to our heritage differs considerably.

The Wiener Holocaust Library
29 Russell Square
London WC1B 5DP

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