Churchill and the Auschwitz Bombing Debate: personal or political failure?

Daniel Adamson Daniel Adamson is a PhD student at Durham University. His research explores portrayals of the relationship between Britain and the Holocaust. [Opinions are author's own] Introduction Throughout the summer of 1944, in response to several aerial reconnaissance reports and proposals submitted by both the Jewish Agency and War Refugee Board, Churchill’s war cabinet … Continue reading Churchill and the Auschwitz Bombing Debate: personal or political failure?

Interview with the 2019 winner of Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History article prize – Magdalena Waligórska

by Mallory Bubar On behalf of the BAHS, I would first and foremost like to congratulate Magdalena Waligórska on winning this year’s Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History article prize for her work “Remembering the Holocaust on the fault lines of East and West-European memorial cultures: the new memorial complex in Trastsianets, Belarus.” Her … Continue reading Interview with the 2019 winner of Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History article prize – Magdalena Waligórska

Illustrating Composure – The Memory Quilts of the ’45 Aid Society.

Ellis Lynn Spicer Ellis Lynn Spicer is an AHRC/CHASE-DTP funded PhD candidate at the University of Kent. Her thesis, under the supervision of Dr Juliette Pattinson examines Holocaust survivor associations, the Jewish community and their effect on identity and memory using an oral history methodology. She is also in the process of researching and curating … Continue reading Illustrating Composure – The Memory Quilts of the ’45 Aid Society.