The Holocaust and Wales: The Welsh language


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In this lesson, the students will look at the story of Kate Bosse-Griffiths, a German-Jewish refugee, who fled to Wales and became a leading figure in the Welsh-language movement.

Image above: Kate Bosse and Gwyn Griffiths on their wedding day, Pontypridd, September 1939. Image courtesy of Heini Gruffudd.


This resource was produced as part of the 'Côf a lithr, llythyrau a geidw: creating Holocaust resources for Welsh schools' partnership project between Centre for the Movement of People (CMOP), Aberystwyth University, and Jewish History Association of South Wales/Cymdeithas Hanes Iddewig De Cymru (JHASW/CHIDC). The project is kindly supported by the Association of Jewish Refugees, Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust, Jewish Historical Society of England and Garfield Weston Foundation.


Key Stage 3

Art and design, History, Literacy Skills, Welsh Language


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