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.

70 Voices - Week 3 - The development of the Holocaust

In our third weekly 70 Voices podcast, the Trust's Head of Education Alex Maws and Education Officers Martin Winstone and Tom Jackson discuss how the Holocaust evolved during the Second World War and the implications this has for teaching about the Holocaust.

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70 Voices - Week 2 - Pre-war persecution

In the second of our weekly 70 Voices podcasts, the Trust’s Head of Education Alex Maws discusses the impact of Nazi persecution of Jews in the 1930s with Harry Bibring, who experienced it first-hand before he escaped from Vienna to the UK on the Kindertransport in 1939.

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70 Voices - Week 1 - What Was the Holocaust?

In the first of our weekly 70 Voices podcasts, the Trust’s Head of Education Alex Maws and Education Officer Martin Winstone discuss the thinking behind the 70 Voices project and the questions of what the Holocaust was and who its victims were.

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Lord Merlyn-Rees Memorial Lecture 2013

In this podcast, the Rt Hon David Miliband MP and Daniel Finkelstein, Executive Editor of The Times, discuss their family's personal connections to the Holocaust.

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Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith is Executive Director of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education. In this episode of the podcast, we bring you his keynote adress from November 2011 at the International Conference about the Holocaust and Other Genocides in the Hague.

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