AmCon 2018 – Hear My Voice

On Monday 2nd July I had the privilege of attending my 3rd Holocaust Educational Trust Ambassador Conference. I knew this conference would feel different to the previous ones I’ve attended as I still have the keys to my student accommodation and could stay in London the night before, as opposed to getting up at 5amContinue reading “AmCon 2018 – Hear My Voice”

Mala Tribich

‘When you hear from a witness, you become a witness’ – Elie Wiesel This is the third time I have had the priviledge of hearing Mala tell her story. Yesterday, Mala joined the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET) to live stream her testimony, to give not just us Ambassadors, but our friends, families and anyone whoContinue reading “Mala Tribich”

How accurate are British popular memories of the Great War?

Introduction Most of the British adult population will have grown up hearing stories of a relative’s experience of the Great War.[1] However, since the late 1970s, the number of veterans alive rapidly diminished and today – 100 years since the Armistice – there are no surviving veterans.[2] As a result, the younger half of theContinue reading “How accurate are British popular memories of the Great War?”