The city of Glasgow is a better place for allowing people to find refuge here.
Many people have made, and continue to make, new lives for themselves and their families within the city. The contributions they make to the city are not always obvious because they are not always seen.
Nazi Germany murdered six million Jewish people in the Holocaust. How are we to begin to understand why this happened? Does it matter to us here in Glasgow in the 21st century?
This story tells how the events of the Holocaust affected people's lives. It does it through objects and personal testimony from Glaswegians today. Some of whom found refuge and a chance to build a new life and contribute to the city of Glasgow.
We all live with the legacy of the Holocaust and find similar issues reverberate in our contemporary society.
This story is about knowing why the Holocaust is important for all of us.