Holocaust Memorial Day

  • 29
  • Jan

An online ceremony of remembrance, including a first-hand account from a survivor and a performance from the World Harmony Orchestra

Join Islington Council Thursday 27 January, 10–11.30am in remembering those murdered during the Holocaust and other genocides around the world. Hear first-hand the story of Holocaust survivor Harry Olmer, who was born in Poland in 1927, survived four forced labour camps over three torturous years, plus time in Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany and the Terezin Ghetto, before being liberated in May 1945.

There will also be remarks from MPs and local councillors, as well as a musical performance from the World Harmony Orchestra, whose musicians include refugees from around the world.

The event will take place on Zoom: visit the Eventbrite website to register your attendance.

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