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On the 9th of November 2022, Roger Moorhouse presented: ‘The Ładoś Group and the attempted rescue of Polish Jews’, a public lecture to coincide with the anniversary of the November Pogrom. The lecture took place in Trinity College Dublin and was co-organised by Holocaust Education Ireland, The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Ireland, UCD School of History, and TCD School of Histories and Humanities.

The Ładoś Group

Roger Moorhouse is a historian and author, specialising in Nazi Germany, Central Europe and World War Two in Europe. A visiting professor at the College of Europe in Warsaw, and a fellow of the Royal Historical Society in London, he is the author of a number of books, including “The Devils’ Alliance” (2014), “Berlin at War” (2010), and “First to Fight” (2019) – which won the Polish Foreign Ministry History Prize in 2020.

On the 9th of November 2022, Roger Moorhouse presented: ‘The Ładoś Group and the attempted rescue of Polish Jews’, a public lecture to coincide with the anniversary of the November Pogrom. The lecture took place in Trinity College Dublin and was co-organised by Holocaust Education Ireland, The Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Ireland, UCD School of History, and TCD School of Histories and Humanities.

The lecture was recorded and is now available to podcast on Spotify, Apple and Soundcloud.

Holocaust Education Ireland

Holocaust Education Ireland is the independent and non-profit organisation which aims to educate and inform about the Holocaust and its consequences. History Hub has recorded several Holocaust Education Ireland events, including a UCD lecture by Dr Anna Hájková (Warwick) on ‘Between Love and Coercion: Sexuality in the Holocaust’ which is also available to podcast on our channels on Spotify, Apple and Soundcloud.

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