Monthly Archives: January 2015

Esther Brunstein interview

An interview with Esther in the Socialist Review: http://socialistreview.org.uk/398/i-had-be-strong

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Walker Registration set up

With many thanks to colleagues at Bath Spa Live, the walker registration system is now in place. Just in time for launch day. It may still be a little clunky, please report any problems. https://forcedwalks.wordpress.com/walker-registration/

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Project launch preparation and local connections

I have just given the website a major tidy up hopefully making it a little more self explanatory. We are still short on our funding target and still looking for backers to plug the gap. But the project goes ahead. … Continue reading

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Waldeslust found

After much research and with invaluable help from Peter Jackson we have now found what we think is a photograph of the slave labour camp for the Jewish women transported from Auschwitz to Hambuhren-Ovelgonne known as ‘Waldeslust”, the camp where … Continue reading

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A two day walk to Bath

The Honouring Esther walk is now shaping up well ahead of the launch of the project on January 27, the link up with historian and librarian, Peter Jackson, is generating powerful material informing the walk. Further research with Esther supported … Continue reading

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