Mary Miller

Jane Haining: A Life of Love and Courage

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Fri 27 Sep

Mary Miller discusses her moving new biography of one of Scotland’s great heroines. In 1932, Galloway farmer’s daughter Jane Haining went to work at a Jewish school in Budapest. When the Second World War broke out, she went back to Hungary to try to protect the school’s children, a course of action that would lead to her arrest by the Gestapo and her death at Auschwitz. [009]


Supported by R Barclay