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Past Events

Past EventsMonday, February 22

Stolen Legacy

Stolen Legacy

Dina Gold
Melanie Phillips

Dina Gold’s Stolen Legacy: Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin is a gripping, true story of her battle to reclaim the majestic six-storey building seized by the Nazis from her once-prominent Berlin family. Dina Gold outlines the unfolding of this unusual narrative in conversation with Melanie Phillips.

Dina Gold is a former BBC investigative journalist, television reporter and producer.  She now lives in Washington, DC, where she is a senior editor at Moment magazine, Co-Chair of the Washington Jewish Film Festival and on the board of the DCJCC.

Melanie Phillips is a British journalist, broadcaster and author, best known for her column about political and social issues, which is currently appearing in The Times and her regular radio appearances on The Moral Maze. She also has a weekly radio show on Voice of Israel. A past recipient of the Orwell Prize for Journalism, she is the author of many works of nonfiction, the most recent of which is Guardian Angel: My Story, My Britain.  

In Association with the Second Generation Network.

Experience the event as it happened:

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Dina Gold

Melanie Phillips

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