G2G Presents: The story of Ruth Neumeyer and her brother Raimund

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The Story of Ruth Neymeyer and her brother Raimund Neumeyer

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Tim Locke tells the story of how his mother and uncle who were baptised as Lutherans escaped to Britain on the Kindertransport.  They left behind their parents, Vera and Hans, who were deported to concentration camps and who they never saw again.  

Together with Tim’s narrative, clips of Ruth Neumeyer’s video testimony will provide the audience with first-hand accounts of their experiences.  

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We empower 2nd and 3rd generation descendants of Holocaust survivors to present their family histories to a wide variety of audiences, so that the Holocaust is not forgotten or denied. We aim to encourage empathy and understanding of others and thereby challenge racisim and discrimination.

  • To achieve this goal, we provide schools, religious, community and civic institutions with speakers who have a personal connection with Holocaust survivors. We train our speakers to deliver engaging and age appropriate presentations to a variety of audiences, using survivor testimony, artefacts and audio visual tools.

G2G Presents holds monthly events, inviting interested parties to hear our speakers deliver their carefully prepared family stories, or current issues of the day.

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