Holocaust Memorial Day Talk - Noreen Plen, Generation-to-Generation

Part of the Holocaust Memorial Day programme

A black and white photo of a couple that were affected by the Holocaust

Dates

Wednesday 26 January

Visitor information

4pm

This talk can be attended either in person at Discovery Museum, or online. Booking is essential.

Book your free in-person place here.

Book your free online place here.

Free, donations welcome

About

Part of the Newcastle Holocaust Memorial Day programme for 2022.

Noreen will tell the story of two Polish Jewish families whose lives were tragically changed when Germany invaded Poland in 1939.

In different ways, they were affected by two of the most evil people on the planet, Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler, and their stories will unfold during the presentation.

The theme for this year’s programme, suggested by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, is ‘One Day’. 

Holocaust Memorial Day is One Day – 27th January – that we put aside to learn about the Holocaust and other genocides, to remember those who have been persecuted and killed and to raise awareness about the attitudes and behaviours that characterise, and lead to, genocide.