Tuesday 28 July and Tuesday 4 August 2020 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Tutor Michele Mycock
The largest Jewish resistance in World War II took the Germans longer to suppress than it took them to conquer the whole of Poland. Moving & at times confronting; the starving, degraded yet inventive young adults & children faced impossible odds; but the Germans could not defeat them in battle. Survivors give accounts of a highly risky escape & how one Christian woman saved 2,500 children.