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NPLS Oral Histories now available online

During 1987/1988, a series of interviews were conducted with older members of the NPLS community, to create an oral history of what it was like to be a Jew before and during the Second World War. Thanks to the efforts of Richard Conradi, we have now digitised the original tapes, and we intend that, together with other recordings, we will soon be setting up a digital on-line archive that can be used by everyone. All the interviewees are listed below. If you would like to obtain a digitised copy, or the original taped recording, please contact vicechair@npls.org.uk and we will let you know when the recordings become available. If you are interested in listening to a sample now, then enter this address into your browser: npls.org.uk/oralhistories