The Jewish News report on Imperial War Museums’ new The Holocaust Galleries, which have been designed by Casson Mann. Josh Salisbury writes:
“The gallery will use the latest research, including archive material only opened to the public since the end of the Cold War… never-seen-before items include the wedding dress of Gena Turgell, a survivor of Belsen, who married a British officer who liberated her from the camp. The delicate item, made from parachute silk, will serve to highlight that the effects of the Holocaust did not end when camps were liberated."
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"Another item out of the many which will move viewers is a coat, gifted by a father to his son, who was on the Kindertransport.”