Displaced Jews: Renewal in the Shadow of the Holocaust

Displaced Jews, After Holocaust, Renewal
Allied-occupied Germany became the temporary home for over a quarter of a million surviving Jews after the Holocaust. What are the implications of that event for Jewish life today?

Start

January 20, 2020 - 8.00 pm

End

January 20, 2020 - 9.30 pm

Address

LSJS, 44a Albert Road, London NW4 2SJ   View map

Between 1945 and 1950, Allied-occupied Germany became the temporary home for over a quarter of a million surviving Jews. In this ‘waiting room’ of history, the world witnessed the most extraordinary renewal of Jewish life and culture. How do we understand the power and vitality of this rebirth, and what lessons might it hold for our Jewish lives today?

Date: Monday 20 January 2020
Time: 8.00opm – 9.30pm
Venue: LSJS, 44a Albert Road, London NW4 2SJ
Cost: £10

To book email office@lsjs.ac.uk

In partnership with London School of Jewish Studies and March of the Living UK.

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