In-Person Holocaust History: Henchmen of the Holocaust with Dr. William Reszelbach, Child of Holocaust Survivors

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Lecture

Age Group:

Adults

Program Description

Description

The Holocaust was a deliberate and systematic extermination of European Jews during World War II. This presentation will cover all of the men who were instrumental in perpetuating the Holocaust. These men were personally responsible for aiding and abetting this catastrophe upon the Jewish people and the world. Join Dr. Reszelbach as he explains who the henchmen were and what happened to them.
 

Dr. William Reszelbach is a child of Holocaust survivors. He will share the memories and lessons his parents passed down to him so the world will never forget this dark period in history.  

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