Niklas Frank is the youngest son of Hans Frank, the former Nazi Governor of the so-called General Government during the Second World War. As such, he lived in Wawel Castle in Krakow while his father acted like the King of Poland and oversaw the mass execution of millions of Jews. In this extraordinary talk, he will discuss his father’s legacy and reveal his own thoughts, memories and attitudes towards his parents and the part they played in the Nazi reign of terror.
Festival talks by James Holland
With the new feature film, Dunkirk, soon to be released, in this talk, James Holland looks at one of the most iconic moments in Britain’s history. He will examine the background to the German attack on the West in May 1940, challenging many of our deeply held perceptions, and explaining why the British evacuation of Dunkirk was, and remains, such a significant event.