My four month part-time Curatorial Internship at the Jewish Museum encompassed a wide range of activities including (but not restricted to) research, collections care and exhibition preparation.
In March it’s been more than 80 years since the first Kindertransport came to Britain. The Kindertransport was a rescue project from Great Britain to save the children from Nazi Germany between 1938 and 1940. They were able to save over 10 000 refugee children. In our collection we have some really special pieces linked to the Kindertransport.
On this day, 74 years ago, Buchenwald concentration camp was liberated by the American army. Buchenwald was established in Weimar, Germany in 1934 and was one of the largest work camps created.