„Marian Hawling, born in Poland, resisted National Socialist Germany actively in various European countries. After being arrested, he was imprisoned in several concentration camps, among them Neuengamme in Hamburg. He not only survived the camp, but also the bombing of the prisoners ship Cap Arcona in Lübeck Bay on May 3, 1945. Later he emigrated to Australia, where he still lives, and did not talk about his imprisonment for decades, not even with his loved ones.“
The Friedrich Ebert Foundation and the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial are happy to invite you to a public discussion:
„I just wanted to get it out of my mind“ Concentration camp survivor Marian Hawling and family members talk about passing on the memory in their family
May 2, 2021, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.,
online on zoom
Moderation Ulrike Jensen, Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial.
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