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IWM In Conversation: The Holocaust

IWM In Conversation: The Holocaust

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  • Date 28 Oct 2021
  • Time 5.30pm
  • Category Exhibition and art

IWM In Conversation: The Holocaust

Join us at IWM London for a special introduction to the new Holocaust Galleries, along with the launch of the accompanying book, The Holocaust, written by Head of Content for The Holocaust Galleries James Bulgin.

In conversation with historian and academic advisor to IWM, Dan Stone, James will introduce IWM’s new Holocaust Galleries and explore their approach to one of the darkest periods in modern history.

The event will last 90 minutes and feature an opportunity for guests to put their questions to our experts. James Bulgin will also be signing copies of The Holocaust.

Guests will also have the opportunity to explore our the new Holocaust Galleries.

The event will be hosted on the Roof Terrace of IWM London.

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