Two brothers grow up on the Jewish streets of Warsaw. At the turn of the twentieth century, Adolphe leaves to seek work and start a family in Switzerland. Marcus moves east, inspired by his Communist beliefs. In Moscow, he is arrested and exiled. They would never see each other again.
A hundred years later, Marcus’ great-granddaughter, Nadia Ragozhina, rediscovers the missing part of her broken family. Could she piece together the stories hidden for generations?
Join Nadia Ragozhina in conversation with Jonathan Charles, former BBC News presenter and currently Director of Comms at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
as she talks about what brought her to writing the story of her family and how she travelled the world searching for the clues that helped her piece together the stories hidden for generations.
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