Mass Murder, Nazi Visions of Empire and the Art and Writing of Arnold Daghani: Documenting a Neglected Aspect of the Holocaust, with historian and writer Dr Harry Bennett
Wednesday 21 February, 5.30-6.30pm, £3, payable on the door
Between 1941 and late 1943, over 100,000 people would act as forced labourers on a strategic highway across the Soviet Union. That highway would support the Nazi drive on Stalingrad and, within the Nazi elite, it was known at the Street of the SS. Romanian artist Arnold Daghani documented the brutality and suffering in the work camps, and in this talk, Harry Bennett will discuss how his artworks and diaries, which are held at The Keep, offer us an insight into this lost landscape of terror.
Booking recommended as numbers are limited. Please see our website, www.thekeep.info/events, or call 01273 482349 to reserve your place.