Dorit Oliver-Wolff

Dorit Oliver-Wolff was born in Hungary and lived through the horrors of WW2 to become a popular singer. Her first book recounts how she and her mother survived the years of terror.
The Refusal to be Vanquished

Refusing to be defined by the tragic events of WW2, two remarkable women reveal their inimitable life stories. Patron of the Arts Rosa Lipworth and Dorit Oliver-Wolff, whose memoir From Yellow Star to Pop Star recounts the story of her rise to fame in post-war Berlin, talk to author and journalist Anne Sebba.

In Association with the Holocaust Educational Trust.

This event has live speech-to-text subtitling provided by StageTEXT.