We are very sorry to announce the postponement of this event.
This is due to unforeseen personal circumstances and we are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause.
We are hopeful of rescheduling this event for the early part of 2017 and will be in contact with you once a new date is confirmed.
After being captured by the SS in May 1943, Lady Zahava Kohn and her family spent almost two years in Nazi concentration camps.
In spite of the appalling conditions they faced, Zahava and her parents survived and were released in 1945. Over 70 years after her liberation, we are honoured to invite Lady Zahava Kohn to talk about her experiences in the camps.
In addition to her own unique and personal account, Zahava’s daughter, Hephzibah Rudofsky, will also speak at the event, providing a second generation perspective. There will be a display of Zahava’s remarkable trove of documents, letters and photographs, alongside records from our collection.
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