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Events and courses highlighted in the February 2023 Ambassador Newsletter

Here are some events and courses that we think may be interesting to our Ambassadors over the next couple of months.

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G2G Presents: The story of Lela Black presented by her granddaughter, Jacqueline

Generation 2 Generation, 15th February 2023, 7:30pm-8:30pm

Born in Salonica, Greece but living in Athens, Lela, her husband and young daughter were forced into hiding after the German invasion in 1943. With the help of Lela’s testimony, hear Jacquline describe what happened to Lela and her family.

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Virtual Student and Teacher Talk: The Oppression of the Gay Community in Nazi-Occupied Europe

Wiener Holocaust Library, 22nd February 2023, 4:00pm-5:00pm

To mark LGBTQ+ History Month, the Wiener Holocaust Library looks at the persecution faced by gay people in Nazi Germany, and some of the documents in Library’s International Tracing Service digital archive that contain evidence about their experiences.

The documents covered in this talk will provide some information about the men and women persecuted by the Nazis on the grounds of their sexuality, as well as insights into how Nazi persecution against gay people operated.

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Virtual Event: 85 Years on from the Anschluss

Wiener Holocaust Library, 16th March 2023, 6:30pm-8:00pm

To mark the anniversary of the German takeover of Austria, join The Wiener Holocaust Library and Generation 2 Generation to consider the significance of the Anschluss and its impact on the Jewish Community in Austria, as well as hearing some individual stories of Austrian Jews.

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Online resources

The Holocaust in the Arts

Yad Vashem

A series of resources to explore the relationship between art and the Holocaust. This includes poetry, visual arts, literature and music.

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