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Professor Dan Stone in 'Refugee History'

Posted on 26/12/2016
Christine Schmidt, Professor Dan Stone and Barbara Warnock

Professor Dan Stone with Christine Schmidt, Deputy Director of the Library (l) and Barbara Warnock, Education and Outreach Manager (r). With permission from The Wiener Library. Copyright: Morag MacDonald.

At the end of October, the Holocaust Research Centre partnered with The Wiener Library in central London to launch their current exhibition, 'A Bitter Road: Britain and the Refugee Crisis of the 1930s and 1940s'. A report on the opening was published in our News pages shortly after the event.

Professor Dan Stone's speech has now been published on the Refugee History website. In his speech, Professor Stone discusses the shocking statistics regarding the world's current refugee population, as well as his thoughts on what it means to be a refugee. You can read the full speech here.


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