A RECENT PROJECT

The UK National Holocaust Centre & Museum

The Journey: a live interview with Holocaust survivor, school teacher and students about the Kindertransport in World War II

The Client:

The National Holocaust Centre & Museum

Type:

Live streaming event

Platform:

YouTube live

Watch the full live streaming event

Description:

A live streaming event with 5 speakers combing recorded videos, images and real-time questions from the viewers

Images from the event

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