Don’t Miss our “Keeping History Alive” Evening Seminar with Special Guest Steven Frank
Great news for all those who missed Steven Frank’s most moving and awe-inspiring talk last year documenting his survival of the Thereienstadt Concentration Camp during the Second World War. Passage are pleased to announce that Steven will be making another appearance in Luxembourg and we are incredibly honoured to have him again as our special guest at the “Keeping History Alive” seminar on the Tuesday 7th June at 7pm.
This is a unique opportunity to hear firsthand, Steven’s personal story of survival, despair, ingenuity and ultimate hope. Please don’t miss this occasion to capture a piece of World history, albeit awful in context, but overwhelming powerful and reflective in spirit.
Steven will also highlight his involvement in a project to preserve history for The National Holocaust Centre and Museum, whereby future generations can interact and hear from holograms of Holocaust survivors telling their stories in the first person.
Parents and Secondary school-aged children (12 years+) are invited to share in this unmissable event. Please email Passage if you would like to reserve a place for the seminar. Entrance is free, but donations will be most welcome to cover the cost of refreshments and to further support the work of Passage.
The Venue: St. George’s International School
(Barthel Hall in the Secondary School Building),
11 rue des Peupliers, L-2328 Hamm, Luxembourg.