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The experience of the Kindertransport in oral history testimonies

22 May 2019


Senate House, University of London

Aspects of Exile

“And soon the train moved out of the station and the long journey to England began”

This series of lectures, running from February to December 2019, will be given by members of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, based at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London, who all have a strong interest in German-speaking exile from Nazism. The lectures cover a broad range of topics relating to Exile in Britain, including art and sculpture, design, literature, film and theatre, dance, the internment of aliens and the Kindertransport. The lecturers are all experts in their respective fields and have published widely.

Speaker: Bea Lewkowicz


Lectures take place at 6.00pm in Room 243, Senate House.

Attendance free; advance online booking strongly recommended

The talks are followed by Q&A sessions