Harry Heinz Schwarz: Refugee, anti-apartheid leader, Mandela’s top diplomat
Tuesday, 25 May 2021 | 7:45 pm - 9:00 pm£5.00
JHSE Sussex Branch are pleased to offer you this rescheduled event on 25 May 2021 to hear the extraordinary story of the late Harry Schwarz, a refugee from Nazism who became one of South Africa’s leading anti-apartheid figures and top diplomat during its transition to democracy, as told by his grandson Adam through some of Schwarz’s most dramatic photos that also tell South Africa’s story, from the Second World War to the fall of Apartheid.
Adam Schwarz is a writer, political commentator and entrepreneur. His areas of focus are British politics, nationalism, liberalism, democracy and wider global issues. His work has featured in several leading global publications and is a regular guest on international TV and radio networks, including the BBC World Service and BBC Radio 5 Live.
Adam spent most of 2019 in South Africa researching for a book he is currently writing on his late grandfather Harry Schwarz. Adam worked for four years in UK public sector regulation (2015-2019) and is also an entrepreneur, having founded e-commerce pet product business Easy Paws.
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