07 October 2015
Lajos Walder is considered to be one of the most significant Hungarian poets in recent times. Born in Budapest in 1913, he died shortly after being liberated from the concentration camp of Gunskirchen. His daughter Agnes will talk about saving and translating her father’s poetry following his death. Poems will be recited in English by John Grinston.
The Museum’s Wednesday Lecture series provides a valuable opportunity for our volunteer guides and Museum Members to to expand their skills and understanding of the Holocaust.