Sunday 14 March
Charles Kamerman’s compelling memoir “Give Me Shelter” sheds light on an extraordinary life shaped by the horrific events of WWII. Brutally honest and showing great insight, he examines the role that history and his native country, Belgium, play in his development.
This memoir is a gripping expose of family, warts and all, and, as a consequence, the resourcefulness that Charles had to cultivate from a very young age.. As a child on the street, hiding in plain sight and displaying immense courage in a myriad of situations, Charles managed to survive the war and eventually created a multi-faceted and rewarding life for himself in Australia.
An extraordinary story that will leave the reader reflecting on this story long after turning the last page.
The book will be officially launched by Emeritus Prof Konrad Kwiet.
This is a free event but bookings are essential.