Harbour of Hope team publishes April 28, 1945 passenger lists in search for more Holocaust survivors

The Harbour of Hope team has just published the list of Holocaust survivors arriving in Malmö on April 28, 1945 and is asking for help to identify persons on the lists.
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Sept. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- The team behind the award-winning documentary Harbour of Hope is currently researching more stories relating to the Holocaust survivors coming to Malmö in Spring 1945. The team is particularly interested in the people arriving on April 28, 1945 via the “white busses” rescue mission done by the Swedish Red Cross.

In connection with the research complete lists of Holocaust survivors coming to Malmö on April 28, 1945 are now published. The lists have a majority of Polish survivors, but do also have names relating to Argentina, Belgium, China, Egypt, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, The Netherlands, Rumania, Slovakia, Spain, United Kingdom and USA.

If you are a survivor, who came to Malmö on April 28, 1945 or if you have information relating to the rescue of the survivors, please get in contact with the Harbour of Hope team via harbourofhope@autoimages.se.

Below you will find links to the passenger lists on the Harbour of Hope web site and on Facebook.

Link to the Holocaust survivor lists on the Harbour of Hope web site:

Link to the Holocaust survivor lists on Facebook:

About Harbour of Hope
Harbour of Hope is a heartbreaking, but life-affirming documentary about the beyond belief life stories of Irene Krausz-Fainman, Ewa Kabacinska Jansson and Joe Rozenberg. In 1945 they were among the 30.000 survivors that were rescued from German concentration camps and brought to the peaceful harbour town of Malmö, Sweden. There life began again.
Coming to Sweden in 1945 is a defining moment in the lives of Irene, Ewa and Joe. In Harbour of Hope they reveal their stories – from the complicated moments of freedom to the mysteries and questions still haunting them today.
Here you can see the Harbour of Hope trailer: https://vimeo.com/29373070

Harbour of Hope is currently screening at international film festivals. Next stop is Nordisk Panorama happening on September 21-26, 2012 in Oulu, Finland. To stay updated on the progress of the film you can follow the Harbour of Hope Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/HarbourOfHope
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