National Holocaust Centre and Museum Day Trip
About this event
Step back in time to Nazi Germany and be immersed in a history that will challenge, engage and inspire.
The journey tells the story of Leo, a 10-year-old German Jewish boy growing up in Nazi-governed Berlin in the 1930s. His family makes the brave choice to send him to safety on the Kinder transport as a child refugee to the UK. Leo’s story poses the big life questions. Who are we? What gives us identity? How do our choices affect others? This will be followed by a presentation delivered by the team of the Holocaust Educational Trust - ‘choices, dilemmas and responses’.
A coach will leave the University at 9am with an expected time of arrival at 10am. Please bring your own lunch or you can buy lunch at the museum.
We will leave the museum at 3pm to arrive back at the University for approximately 4pm.
There are only 50 places available so please ensure you book your place as soon as possible.
Contact and booking details
- Alejandro Arguelles Bullon
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