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.

Holocaust Memorial Day 2017: 'The diversity of humanity is its strength'

In the latest of our guest blogs for Holocaust Memorial Day, Martin Docherty, MP for West Dunbartonshire, considers the significance of the experiences of some of the lesser known victims of Nazi persecution and murder.

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017: The struggle for memory

In our latest guest blog for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, Regional Ambassador Liberty O'Hagan reflects on the importance of memory in the light of her participation in the Trust's Ambassador Study Visit to Yad Vashem in Israel in 2016.

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017: 'Nothing can really prepare you'

In our latest guest blog for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, Jason Groves, Deputy Political Editor of the Daily Mail, reflects on his visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau with the Trust.

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017: How can life go on? A family's story

In the latest of our guest blogs for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, the Trust's Regional Ambassador Jack Nicholls reflects on his own family's story.

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Holocaust Memorial Day 2017: The Long Night

The Long Night is the recently published memoir of Holocaust survivor Dr Ernst Bornstein, translated into English by his daughter Noemie Lopian. In our latest guest blog for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017, we are pleased to reproduce Lord Daniel Finkelstein's powerful foreword, which contains his thoughts on both the book and his own family's experiences of the Holocaust. 

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