20th July 2014
$5 for members / $10 for non-members
Mr Harry J Fransman was born in Rotterdam in 1922. After the Dutch capitulation to the Germans in May 1940, Harry and his family moved to The Hague.
Harry was sent to a work camp before being transported to Westerbork. A short time later he was taken to Blechhammer, a sub-camp of Auschwitz, where he was held for three years. In 1945 Harry was forced on a death march to Gross Rosen and then put on a train to Buchenwald, but managed to escape by jumping out of the train into the snow.
Remember Me is a unique opportunity to hear a personal account of the Holocaust by a Survivor.
An exhibition of drawings commissioned by Harry are currently on display in the Museum. The drawings depict his memories of the hardships and pain he endured during the Holocaust. The exhibition will be on display till .