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  • Jews Don’t Count
    28 Mar, 18:30
    Edmund Burke Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
    The Herzog Centre,Trinity College Dublin & Holocaust Awareness Ireland present "Jews Don’t Count". David Baddiel in conversation with Oliver Sears. Moderated by Dr. Zuleika Rodgers.
  • Remembering Kristallnacht: A Reckoning. Jews, Germans & The Holocaust
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    09 Nov 2022, 18:30
    Bedford Tower, Upper Yard, Dublin Castle, Dame St, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin, Ireland
    Tomi Reichental, Alexandra Senfft & Oliver Sears in conversation Moderated by Conor O’Clery To coincide with The Objects of Love exhibition currently on view in the State Apartment Galleries, Dublin Castle Presented by the Office of Public Works & Holocaust Awareness Ireland
  • Photography: History & Memory
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    25 Jan 2022, 18:00
    Dublin 2, Dame St, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin, Ireland
    Sean Rainbird & Amelia Stein RHA in conversation. The event was be moderated by Trish Lambe curator at the Gallery of Photography & introduced by Oliver Sears.
  • Remembering Kristallnacht  Living Beyond Secrets
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    06 Nov 2021, 18:00
    Dublin 2, Merrion Square W, Dublin 2, D02 K303, Ireland
    Holocaust Awareness Ireland in association with National Gallery of Ireland are honoured to present Belsen survivor and HAI advisor Tomi Reichental in conversation with HAI founder Oliver Sears.
  • Remembering Kristallnacht: Why talk About the Holocaust?
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    13 May 2021, 18:00
    Virtual event
    A conversation with Oliver Sears and Lenny Abrahamson for Trinity College Dublin, The Herzog Centre for Jewish and Middle Eastern Studies.
  • Long Live Life! Concert
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    27 Jan 2021, 18:00
    On the occasion of Holocaust Memorial Day, Holocaust Awareness Ireland is pleased to partner with The Italian Institute of Culture and the Herzog Centre, Trinity College Dublin to present the Long Live Life! concert.
  • Remembering Kristallnacht - Why Talk About The Holocaust?
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    09 Nov 2020, 18:30
    On the anniversary of Kristallnacht, the event featured Lenny Abrahamson & Oliver Sears in conversation, moderated by Sarah Carey.
  • Oliver Sears | The Objects of Love | A Holocaust Testimony
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    11 Nov 2019, 19:15
    Dublin 2, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
    For the annual Kristallnacht lecture at Trinity College Dublin, The Herzog Centre, Oliver’s testimony was introduced by Lenny Abrahamson who gave a short account of his own experience growing up in a Jewish family in Dublin.
  • Monika Sears | A Holocaust testimony | A Childhood under Nazi Occupation
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    25 Jun 2018, 18:30
    Dublin 2, Trinity College Dublin, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
    Trinity Long Room Hub in association with The Herzog Centre Trinity & Holocaust Education Trust Ireland presented Monika Sears’ account of her early life as a Jewish child on the run with her mother in Nazi occupied Poland.
  • A reading of the English translation of Primo Levi’s ‘Canto of Ulysses’
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    27 Jan 2018, 19:00
    Dublin 2, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
    With Oliver Sears, Sebastian Barry & Catherine Punch in conjunction with The Herzog Centre, Trinity College and The Italian Institute of Culture.
  • The John Hewitt Society International Summer School | 30 Years Anniversary
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    25 Jul 2017, 19:00
    West, 10 Exchange St, West, Belfast BT1 2NJ, UK
    Panel Discussion entitled The Art of Conflict Transformation for the Institute of Conflict Research. Participants included Oliver Sears, Dr Katy Radford, Paula McFetridge and Marguerite Nugent.
  • Monika Sears | A Holocaust testimony | A Childhood under Nazi Occupation
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    26 Jan 2017, 18:30
    Dublin, 29 Molesworth St, Dublin, D02 PF82, Ireland
    Book Reading: Monika Sears |A Holocaust testimony | A Childhood under Nazi Occupation
7. From my War to your Peace, Love Nonna

From My War To Your Peace, Love Nonna
by Monika Sears

This short memoir is presented in the form of a letter to the author's first grandchild. Told from a child's perspective, we learn of the remarkable tale of one small child's life surviving as a Jewish girl in Nazi occupied Poland.


If you wish to purchase a copy please contact

All proceeds go to The Herzog Centre Trinity College Dublin.

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