Natasha Kaplinsky talks about her personal connection to the Holocaust through her family’s story. Like so many others, her family suffered greatly at the hands of the Nazis.   Her great-uncle Abraham committed suicide in 1942, days after the Nazis murdered his youngest daughter. Later, his wife and eldest daughter were also killed. Listen on the iplayer or on the above video.

Natasha champions the work of Holocaust survivors in sharing their stories, and the work of the Centre in educating thousands of young people each year about the dangers of prejudice and hatred. To support this appeal please click here or the donate button above.

The Centre is capturing survivors’ stories, passing on invaluable knowledge and experiences to future generations to learn from those who witnessed the Holocaust first hand. To learn more click here