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Photographic exhibition of Nazi persecution of German Sinti and Roma families

Muswell Hill Synagogue
31 Tetherdown
London N10 1ND

Opening night with talk and guided tour by the curator Eve Rosenhaft, Sunday 19 January, 8:00 pm

For more information and to book your place(s) visit Muswell Hill Synagogue website at:

Muswell Hill Shul together with Rene Cassin present a travelling exhibition which describes the experiences of German Sinti and Roma (“Gypsies”) during the Nazi regime through the lives of nine families, drawing on a unique set of photographs.

The exhibition will be open to the community and public from:
Monday 20th January – Thursday 23rd January, 1.00pm to 5.00pm
Late night Wednesday 22nd January 7.00pm to 9.30pm

The genocide against the Sinti and Roma was inspired by the same motive of racial fanaticism and the same wilful intention to exterminate them systematically, once and for all, as that which underlay the extermination of the Jews. Everywhere in the National Socialists’ sphere of influence, they were systematically murdered family by family, from the very youngest to the very old.

Roman Herzog, then President of the German Federal Republic, on 16 March 1997

Photo I.D. will be required for non-members and bag searches will be in operation.

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