Susan grew up in Hungary, and experienced antisemitism from a young age. In 1944 Susan was sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau, where she was separated from her family. After the war, she found out that more than 50 of her relatives had been killed and that only her brother had survived.
Our About HMD booklets make great handouts at your Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) activity and help explain what HMD is to attendees.
To mark HMD 2020, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Senior Imam Qari Asim have come together and written a special prayer which is intended to be used by people of any faith at their HMD activity.
Genocide never just happens. There is always a set of circumstances which occur or which are created to build the climate in which genocide can take place. Download our ten stages of genocide poster which explains the different stages which lead to genocide.
Our set of teacher information sheets provide a two-page summary of the genocides marked on Holocaust Memorial Day, to help teachers to have the information they need to hand, and to provide answers to students’ questions.
Europe’s Roma and Sinti people were targeted by the Nazis for total destruction. Watch our film to learn more about their experiences and the discrimination they still face today.
Józef Sadowski is the only known Roma survivor of Nazi Persecution living in the UK today. In this film for Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Józef shares his story and considers the prejudice Roma people have continued to face.
In our film for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2019 Mindu Hornick, survivor of the Holocaust, talks about her experience of being Torn from home and deported to Auschwitz when she was 12 years old.
In this film survivors of the Holocaust and genocides in Cambodia and Rwanda talk about their experiences of being Torn from home, and rebuilding their lives after genocide.
27 January is Holocaust Memorial Day. Together, we must learn from genocide for a better future.