Holocaust Educational Trust Blog

A space for featured guest bloggers and members of the Holocaust Educational Trust team to comment and reflect on timely issues.

Sir Malcolm Rifkind: A Unique Evil


In the latest in our series commemorating Holocaust Memorial Day, The Rt Hon Sir Malcolm Rifkind, MP for Kensington, blogs on the need for the Holocaust to be commemorated as a unique event.

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Standing up for a community: A Journalist's view of Holocaust Memorial Day



In the third of our blogs marking Holocaust Memorial Day 2013, Martha Kearney writes about her personal connection to the Holocaust and why she as a journalist believes it’s important to remember those who stood up to defend their community. Martha Kearney Chaired the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Lord Merlyn Rees Memorial Lecture 2013, at which the Rt Hon David Miliband MP and Daniel Finkelstein, Executive Editor of The Times, spoke.

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"How was it allowed to happen?" BBC journalist Amy Lea on her two visits to Auschwitz-Birkenau with the Holocaust Educational Trust



Amy Lea first took part in Lessons from Auschwitz when she was 16. 11 years on, she visited Auschwitz on LFA for a second time as a BBC journalist. Here she blogs on her differing experiences.

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Holocaust Memorial Day: A personal reflection from Professor David Cesarani



In the first of our blogs commemorating Holocaust Memorial Day, the acclaimed Historian David Cesarani shares his very personal experience of visiting the Polish town where his grandfather grew up.

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