The Experience of the Kindertransport – Film Screening & Panel Discussion
16 May 2019Free – £12
The Laboratory, Dulwich College, Dulwich Common
80 years ago 10,000 children came to Britain as unaccompanied refugees on the Kindertransport from Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia, escaping Nazi Europe. Following a screening of some extracts of interviews, the panel discussion with two former Kinder, chaired by Dr Bea Lewkowicz, Director of the AJR Refugee Voices Testimony Archive, will explore how the Kinder adapted in Britain and how they dealt with being separated from their families and their homes.
A photographic exhibition Still in our hands, which features 10 Kinder will be on display. Presented by Dulwich Festival in association with AJR Refugee Voices Testimony Archive.
The George Farha Auditorium