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Sunday, August 26 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
The Journey Through Community Stories

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Writing a memoir or autobiography is a journey filled with trepidation and the challenges of self-examination. For Holocaust survivors, the memories elicited are frequently painful. The Community Stories team of the Sydney Jewish Museum provide a service which, while professional, is much closer than arm's length. This session, facilitated by Professor Konrad Kwiet, will address the process of writing and publishing one's story with the Museum.

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Konrad Kwiet

Born in Germany, since 1976 resident in Australia, Emeritus Professor, resident historian Sydney Jewish Museum.

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Dasia Black

Dr Dasia Black was born in Poland in 1938. She was three years old when the Nazis marched into her township in Galicia. Dasia’s parents were murdered by the Nazis. At the age of twelve she arrived in Australia with her adoptive parents, where she completed her schooling and university... Read More →
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Judit Mitro

Hungarian born but now living in Sydney, Judit Mitro has written ‘Children Without Tears’, an original and poignant memoir which sheds light on her extraordinary life. She explores her half Jewish and half Gypsy background, searching for answers relating to her identity. Having... Read More →
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Aneta Weinreich

Aneta Weinreich is the author of The Right Time to Speak. Until 2012, this incredible story remained untold for nearly 70 years -- then a sudden illness threatened her ability to speak, compelling her to dictate her story of survival in the Kraków Ghetto, the notorious Plaszów Labour... Read More →

Sunday August 26, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm PDT
Main Hall Waverley Library, 32/48 Denison St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022, Australia

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