'Leon Greenman - Survivor' Film Screening

'Leon Greenman - Survivor' Film Screening

This event has finished Took place on: Sunday, 21st Jan 2018

London-born Leon Greenman survived Auschwitz. But he remained a target for Nazis up until his death in 2008. This film tells the story of his remarkable life after the camps. He actively fought against the British National Party in the 1990s, and as one of the first survivors to talk about his experiences in Britain, his lifelong commitment to speak about the Holocaust touched the lives of many.

Hear from the Director, Joshua Rocker, in this first screening of his documentary. When Joshua was a child he would visit Leon at the Jewish Museum London to hear his story, this experience had such an impact that, as a young adult, he has made this moving and enlightening film.

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2018-01-21 2018-01-21 Europe/London 'Leon Greenman - Survivor' Film Screening London-born Leon Greenman survived Auschwitz. But he remained a target for Nazis up until his death in 2008. This film tells the story of his remarkable life after the camps. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/01/21/leon-greenman-survivor-film-screening-159629 Jewish Museum London,Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, London,129-131 Albert Street, London

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