Juliane Berndt: "Ich weiß, ich bin kein Bequemer ... "
Reading with the Author
15 October 2013
He was the voice of the survivors in the country of the perpetrators: Born in 1912, Heinz Galinski – having survived Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen – rebuilt the Jewish community in Berlin after the war and was its chairman for 43 years. Armed with a strong opinion, he took a stand on the politics of the day and worked to ensure that the injustice that was done to the Jews under the Nazi regime was not forgotten. Juliane Berndt leads us through the life of one of the most important protagonists of Jewish life in postwar Germany.
15 October 2013, 7 pm
Old Building, ground level, Auditorium
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Words of welcome:
Sigalit Meidler-Waks (Jewish Adult Education Center Berlin)
In cooperation with be.bra publishers and the Jewish Adult Education Center Berlin.