We invite you to our first Generations Meetup event on 12 Sept. 2021 at 5 pm CEST to learn about “Five Ways to Share Your Family History” and hear from Canadian author Linda Ganzini/Artist/Writer about her motivation to write “Lilia: a true story of love, courage, and survival in the shadow of war” about how her family was forever changed by the death of her uncle in the Flossenbürg concentration camp.
The first Generations Meetup organized by the Young Committee of the Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme will show descendants of victims of Nazi persecution five ways to share their family history publicly. The Young Committee believes that by sharing how families around the globe are still affected by the persecution of their relatives during the Nazi era, we can show the importance of remembering the victims for strengthening democracy today.
The Canadian author Linda Ganzini, author of the bestseller and International Book Award 2021 winner “Lilia: a true story of love, courage and survival in the shadow of war” will share with us how the death of her maternal uncle in the Flossenbürg concentration camp changed her family and why it was important for her to write this book. The conversation with Linda will be facilitated by Swenja Granzow-Rauwald, the President of the Young Committee.
This event is only open to descendants of victims of Nazi persecution. Upon registration we will ask you for a short sentence about your family history before we will send you the login details.
Please subscribe for the event via the form below. After that, feel free to create your own profile in our member portal!