Holocaust Memorial Day 2019 Postcard Project

The Postcard Project for Holocaust Memorial Day 2019 explores the theme: Torn from home. By taking part in the project you will learn the life stories of survivors who were forced to flee their homes during the Holocaust and the Genocide in Cambodia, and write a message to them.  

Groups and individuals can receive a reply message from these survivors by completing the form included in the resources below.

Holocaust Memorial Day 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of the end of the Genocide in Cambodia. 

Write to:

Sokphal Din and his family were forced from their home at gunpoint when the Khmer Rouge took control of the capital city Phnom Penh

Renee Bornstein fled Nazi-occupied France as a child, with the help of rescuer Marianne Cohn

 

Resources to help you take part: 

Pack for HMD activity organisers 

Lesson plans for primary schools

Lesson plan for secondary schools

If you are interested in learning more about the Holocaust and the Genocide in Cambodia, or if your students have further questions, our teacher information sheets give an overview of the history: 

Teacher information sheet – The Holocaust

Teacher information sheet – Genocide in Cambodia

Postcards: 

You can download postcards to print yourself or order printed postcards in sets of 30 to be sent to you for free, using the form below. The maximum order per person is four packs of 30 postcards.

Download the postcards

Find out more about the theme Torn from home.


Postcard order form


To place a request for a larger amount of postcards please email [email protected] or call 020 7785 7029.


If at any time you would like to withdraw or update your consent, or you would like to exercise your right to be forgotten, please contact us on 020 7785 7029 or [email protected]