Remembering the Holocaust: Anne Frank’s step-sister Eva Schloss – live streamed event

Monday 25th January at 7.30pm

The Living Knowledge Network starts it’s 2021 live events with an illuminating conversation with Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and stepsister to Anne Frank in the lead up to Holocaust Memorial Day which is on 27th January 2021.

The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2021 is ‘Be the light in the darkness’. One of the brightest lights of resistance against prejudice is Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and life-long anti-prejudice activist.

A triptych. Far left is the bookcover of 'After Auschwitz' by Eva Schloss, 'A story of heartbreak and survivial by the stepsister of Anne Frank.' On the cover is a black and white photograph of a young girl holding a blue-coloured bird on her hand. The centre image is an older woman in mid-speech, Eva Schloss. On the right is a black and white photo of a young girl with dark hair, Anne Frank.

You will be able to watch this on the above link at 7.30pm on 25th Jan.

The Living Knowledge Network is a UK-wide partnership of national and public libraries created by the British Library to exchange knowledge and develop memorable experiences for public library users. We celebrate libraries as spaces of vital cultural significance. We livestream cultural events into libraries across the UK, so you can get a front-row seat for free no matter where you live.

You can also watch some of the previous events here