Berlin & The Holocaust 12-14 October 2018, Berlin & The Holocaust, £549 plus £45 per night single room supplement, where applicable. Places available. Berlin, the capital of Prussia and, from 1871, the capital city of a unified Germany which in 1939 had a population of nearly 4.5 million and was the second largest city in Europe is a city that has had a long association with Jews. Apart from the expulsion of 1573 and return in 1671, the Jews had lived relatively peacefully in the area. The mass influx…

Third Reich Berlin 11-13 July 2019, £549 plus £45 per night single room supplement, where applicable. Places available. Welthauptstadt (“World Capital”) Germania was the name Adolf Hitler gave to the projected renewal of the German capital Berlin to have been completed by 1950 in time for Berlin to host a World Fair. However, his vision for the future of Germany after the planned victory in World War II was dashed by the destruction of war. Albert Speer, “the first architect of the Third Reich”, produced many of the plans for the rebuilt city and these and the work of other…

The Holocaust 23 August – 2 September 2019, 10 nights/11 days: £2999 plus £45 per night single room supplement, where applicable. Places available. 21 August – 31 August 2020, 10 nights/11 days: £3299 plus £50 per night single room supplement, where applicable. Places available. The Holocaust (from the Greek: hólos, “whole” and kaustós, “burnt”), also known as the Shoah (Hebrew: HaShoah, “the catastrophe”), was a genocide in which Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany and its collaborators killed about six million Jews. The victims included 1.5 million children and represented about two-thirds of the nine million Jews who…