Monthly Archives: November 2015

Local research for the walk in Germany. Thoughts on blood and fear

Winter closes in on refugees crossing Europe, tragic events in Paris and under reported terror attacks elsewhere force us to think about the world we live in and the world we want to live in. In making this walk and … Continue reading

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Honouring Esther. Making connections … thoughts

The walk in Germany will remind us that a refugee’s journey continues until they find safety and a welcome and a sense of belonging. For many it is a life long search. In the end we are all migrants and … Continue reading

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Acts of kindness

A first contact from Winsen an der Aller Here the death march crossed the river Aller. We learn that there was another death march after the one from Ovelgönne, in April 1945 days before the arrival of the Allies a … Continue reading

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Crowd funding campaign launched, invitations to walk open

Today launched the crowd funding campaign to a tremendous early response. With a small fund rolling over from the first phase Richard and Lorna are confident that the walk itself is secured are now offer invitation to join and participate … Continue reading

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We remember Kristallnacht on the International Day against Fascism and Anti-Semitism

Originally posted on Bristol HMD:
Kristallnacht 9 November 1938 November 9th marks the anniversary of Kristallnacht. It is also the annual International Day against Fascism and Anti-Semitism. Kristallnacht (night of broken glass) is the name given to the fateful night…

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