To mark the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp by the British Army, a special screening of the documentary 'No Asylum - The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank's Story' was held at a synagogue.

Taking place at Kinloss Synagogue in Finchley, north London on April 15, Eva Schloss, Anne Frank's stepsister and Auschwitz survivor attended the screening of the film she appeared in.

Kinloss Synagogue's Senior Rabbi, Jeremy Lawrence gave a speech at the screening, he said: "At a time of increased antisemitism and racism in the public arena, it is important to hear survivor testimony.

“Those who have witnessed the escalation of intolerance and abuse; those who have been rebuffed as they have cried out at persecution or as they have tried to flee, remind us of the dangers of standing by and hold us to account.

“No Asylum is a powerful and relevant film for 2019."

The film was also attended by the son of Belsen liberator Leonard Berney, John Wood.

In attendance at the screening as was Simon Bentley, the Chairman of Yad Vashem UK Foundation, Holocaust survivors Freddy Knoller, Mala Tribich and Eve Kugler, and film producer Mark Forstater, author of 'I Survived a Secret Nazi Extermination Camp'.