Below you will find newspaper items related to the project.

Marion Camrass

The creation of the serious game, ‘Marion’s Journey’ by students and graduates of Glasgow Caledonian University has attracted a lot of recent attention in the local and national press. A selection of cuttings are available to view below (please click on each small image to view a larger version of the article) some of the images are quite large and may take a little time to load on a slower internet connection.

To read Marion’s strory, please follow this link - Marion Camrass - Life Before the War. To play the game, please follow this link - Marion’s Journey.

Evelyn Strang

Evelyn’s grandparents remained hidden in Berlin throughout the war and indeed survived the war. Mrs Altwein, Evelyn’s grandmother was asked to look after the little girl by the American soldier. ‘Little Bella’ went to live with the American soldier’s sister’s family.

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Susan Singerman

The following items were published in the 1960’s and were the first time Susan Singerman spoke about her experiences. They are reproduced with permission of Herald and Times Group and by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow City Council

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

The Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald featured an article about the travelling exhibition on Wednesday the 18th February.

Click here to download a PDF copy of the article

Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra

The Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra ran a story on Friday 30 January 2015 entitled ‘Those Who Thrived and Survived’ about the Gathering the Voices travelling exhibition. It also features an interview with Steven Anson.

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