Global Response to the Holocaust Part II – From Europe to Asia: Norway, Sweden, China, India

internet On November 11 at 7:00 PM EST, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage hosts a free Zoom lecture Global Response to the Holocaust Part II: From Europe to Asia:
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Register by phone or follow the links, see below. These lectures are FREE but a Registration for each event is required.

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dating sites for over 50 in cape town Part II – From Europe to Asia: Norway, Sweden, China, India –
November 11  at 7:00 PM EST

Lectures are free, but a separate registration is required for each event. Zoom link(s) will be sent after the registration on the Museum’s site or by phone:

Call 216.593.0575 for info or to register.

Or register on Maltz Museum website:

For PART II register here: http://www.maltzmuseum.org/event/global-response-to-the-holocaust-with-irene-shaland-from-europe-to-asia-norway-sweden-china-india/

About the lecture and the presenter, Irene Shaland

“…memory is the keyword, which combines past and present, past and future…” Elie Wiesel

Irene Shaland, the author of “The Dao of Being Jewish and Other Stories” invites you to embark on a journey through the painful past and often controversial present of twelve countries on three continents to understand how and why various nations around the world respond to the Holocaust remembrance.

Learn more about Irene’s latest book The Dao of Being Jewish and Other Stories.

Read more about Irene Shaland.

See other lectures presented by Irene Shaland.

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