"Keeping History Alive" Evening Seminar is this Wednesday 22nd April at 7pm
Passage will host a unique evening seminar entitled “Keeping History Alive” with a special guest speaker. Steven Frank, a Dutch Jew and one of only 93 children who survived the atrocities at Thereienstadt, will tell the fascinating story about his grim and harrowing experiences in the Czech concentration camp during the Second World War. Steven will also highlight his involvement in a project to keep history alive for future generations by creating holograms of survivors who can carry on telling their story in the first person.
The seminar will also feature guest psychologist, Luxembourg-based Robert Blanke, who will be talking about how we can best share our family history and talk about social history with our children. To end the evening, we will discuss practical ways to preserve the memories of our own families, so that those precious histories are kept alive despite being very far from home ourselves.
Parents and their secondary school-aged children are invited to share in this unmissable event. To register your interest, please email email@example.com to confirm the numbers of those attending. Entrance is free. Donations will be most welcome to support the work of Passage.
The Venue: St. George’s International School
(Barthel Hall in the Secondary School Building),
11 rue des Peupliers, L-2328 Hamm, Luxembourg.
The Date: Wednesday 22nd April at 7pm.
In the meantime, if you want to learn more about Steven Frank and the project to preserve Holocaust memories, please click the link on the image below.