Tuesdays 15 and 22 January, 20:00

Our perspectives on the Holocaust have undoubtedly been shaped by the stories and memoirs left to us by those who experienced the horrors first hand. From Anne Frank to Elie Wiesel, it's difficult to discuss the Shoah without relying on their words and works.

These two sessions, however, will look at the Holocaust in a different light: focusing solely on contemporaneous written accounts from people living outside the Nazis’ realm of influence. How did North American Jewry respond to the crisis? British Jewry? What lessons can be learned from examining the news of the day during one of the greatest human-made disasters in modern history?

Join these two sessions to explore a new understanding of what it means to never forget.
With Rabbi Emily Reitsma-Jurman