The Holocaust Educational Trust in conjunction with Cardiff University
This event has now reached capacity.
Due to demand, we are now running a reserve list. To sign up, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On 11th November 2013 we are pleased to welcome Eva Clarke to Cardiff University where she will share her testimony as a survivor of the Holocaust.
TIME: Arrivals from 18:00.
Talk 18:30 – 20:00
LOCATION: Julian Hodge Building, Cardiff University.
Under the cover of the Second World War, for the sake of their
‘New Order’, the Nazis aimed to destroy all the Jews of Europe.
For the first time in history, industrial methods were used for the
mass extermination of a whole people. Six million people were
murdered, including 1,500,000 children. This event is called the
The Nazis enslaved and murdered millions of other people as
well. Gypsies, people with physical and mental disabilities, Poles,
Soviet prisoners of war, trade unionists, political opponents,
prisoners of conscience, homosexuals, and others were killed in
Imperial War Museum
Behind the horrifying facts and figures which dominate understanding of the Holocaust are millions of individuals, who each have a very personal and important story of their own. Eva Clarke was born in Mauthausen Concentration Camp, Austria, on 29th April 1945. She and her mother are the only survivors of their family. Students and staff of Cardiff University, and members of the public, have the opportunity to hear Eva’s story and gain a unique insight into the Holocaust.
Spaces are limited. Register for your free ticket to this event by visiting www. holocaust-survivor-talk-cardiff.eventbrite.co.uk.
The talk will be held in the Julian Hodge Lecture Theatre, Julian Hodge Building, Cardiff University. Please arrive at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start. All are welcome.
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No need to print tickets. We will have your name on our attenders list.