① memo 20190421 ~ Boogie Boy Tears ~ Transport XX commemoration 2018, Boortmeerbeek , Belgium
Poster Kazerne Dossin museum exhibition (until 22 april 2019 – kazernedossin.eu) Shoah et Bande Dessinée (FR) Holocaust en Strips (NL) at the Gent Sint Pieter train station yesterday , Gent , Belgium. ① memo 20190211 ~ Shoah Comics
① memo 20190131 ~ Boxcar ~ Night outside the Kazerne Dossin museum January 2017 in Mechelen , Belgium
① memo 20190129 ~ Guards of Memory ~ Sculpture ‘les Sentinelles de la Mémoire’ from the Belgian sculptor Nat Neujean ( natneujean.be ) filmed January 26, 2017 in the Kazerne Dossin museum, Mechelen , Belgium
Coming soon , the free ebooklet Viviane’s Story by Viviane Yarom-Castegnier & Michel van der Burg from Miracles.Media (publisher).
Viviane escaped 75 years ago in the womb of her pregnant mother from the Twentieth Train to Auschwitz.
Isabella Weinreb Castegnier was three-months pregnant that night of the 19th April 1943 in Belgium, when she jumped from the fast moving 20th Train heading for Auschwitz. Isabella escaped with a broken wrist and bruises all over her body, but otherwise without major injuries. Her daughter Viviane – meaning “full of life”, and named so for her will to live and hold tight in her mother’s womb – was born six months later on October 30, 1943.
More on Viviane’s story here in “Escape from Transport XX – to be born 6 months later – Viviane’s story” : https://michelvanderburg.com/2014/04/28/escape-from-transport-xx-to-be-born-6-months-later/
Music : Ameet Kanon singing Ve’Ulai (“And Perhaps”) a capella.
Film ① memo 20190127 ~ Viviane’s Story ebook ~ by Michel van der Burg – Miracles.Media
① memo 20190116 ~ En Route Transport XX Stop Kuttekoven ~ Short clip 7 years ago during reportage Jan 16 , 2012 – en route the former track of Transport XX to Auschwitz , looking for the actual site Simon Gronowski jumped from that death train , a moment before the train stopped near that little town of Kuttekoven , Belgium – together with Simon Gronowski and our friends : partisan Max De Vries who then had just turned 98 years old († 2014), Béatrice, and Marc Van Roosbroeck (vzw ‘de werkgroep 10 december 2008’) .