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On the eve of the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II, Dove Tales will be looking at the effects of the Holocaust and how it shaped the lives of those who went through it as a part of the Big Lit festival. Journalist/writer Jean Rafferty interviews Angela Shapiro of The Gathering the…
The Gathering the Voices exhibition will be visiting various venues in the future. We are really looking forward to speaking to those who attend. For information on the exhibition, please visit: https://www.gatheringthevoices.com/mobile-exhibition/
Staff and students are warmly invited to an event at GCU to mark National Holocaust Day 2019, hosted by the GCU branch of the UCU (University and Colleges Union). Dr Angela Shapiro, GCU Honorary Fellow and UCU supporter, will deliver an engaging talk on the theme ‘Torn from home’. The session will encourage us to…
A unique exhibition which keeps alive the stories of Holocaust survivors is coming to North Ayrshire early in the New Year. Gathering the Voices features more than 40 moving stories from men, women and children who were forced to flee their native homes and seek sanctuary in Scotland to escape anti-semitism in Nazi-dominated Europe. The…
On September 1, 1947, Ella Ankermann wrote to Erna Baruch’s relatives from the Herrmann family in Cali, Colombia. This letter, often quoted here, also shows that Max Baruch’s Christian first wife still had contact with Erna’s first husband, Hermann Twelkemeyer, during the war. She said that she wanted to fulfill Erna’s last wish and wanted…
Did Erna Baruch work for Siemens-Schuckert’s “Elmo-Werk”, which produced control motors for fire control systems, i.e. war equipment? Their date of deportation would fit because this factory was to lose all Jewish workers at the beginning of March 1943. The last days of the two in Berlin were in February, shortly before the so-called “factory…