Age Action Ireland – An Audience with Tomi Reichental

An Audience with Tomi Reichental

Join us on Wednesday 31st March 2021 at 10.30am to hear Tomi tell his story

Tomi Reichental was born in 1935 in the village of Merašice in rural Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia).

In 1944 he was sent to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp along with his mother, brother and grandmother. He survived the camp and since 1959 he has lived in Ireland.

Tomi is known for his talks about his experience of the Holocaust as a child.

He gives talks in secondary schools, colleges and at various other events across the country and his aim is to educate people about what happened during the Holocaust so that we can remember the people who died in it and so it never happens again.

For more information go to https://hetireland.org/

Enquiries to events@ageaction.ie

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