Dresden’s Trust’s HRH Duke of Kent to receive the International Peace Prize of Dresden City of Dresden Press Release in German at the end of this post. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the British and American bombing raids on Dresden, HRH The Duke of Kent is being awarded the “Dresden Prize” by […]
‘The Dresden Project – Indelible Marks’ is at the Kreuzkirche, Dresden, Germany until 1st March 2015. There is an public opening at 18.00 on the 12th February 2015 part of the official City of Dresden programme for the 70th commemoration of the bombing. It will take place in the presence […]
The fire-storming of Dresden was one of the Second World War’s great tragedies. Those who were then lost in the flames cannot be brought back to life, but much of the city could be – and has been – wonderfully rebuilt. When the Berlin Wall came down in 1989 and German unification followed, the Dresdeners […]
Marcus Ferrar, Vice-Chairman of The Dresden Trust, laid a wreath on behalf of the Trust at the Remembrance Day Service of Reconciliation on 9th November 2014 at the German War Cemetery, Cannock Chase.
The Dresden Trust Chair Eveline Eaton, the Vice Chair Marcus Ferrar and other members of the Board of Trustee were please to attend a stunning chamber concert at the German Embassy in Belgrave Square given by the celebrated cellist Jan Vogler and friends on October 29th, 2014. Organised by the Foundation of Arts and Music […]
Marcus Ferrar, Trustee of the Dresden Trust, laid a commemorative wreath on 12th February 2014 at a plinth in the Kreuzkirche (Church of the Holy Cross) in Dresden. The church was destroyed by the bombing raid in 1945. The engraved sandstone plinth in memory of three pastors and 10 choirboys killed in the raid, […]