Events


NOVEMBER 1, 2017 – Politics & Prose Bookstore, Washington, DC.

Suzanne’s Children: The Hidden History of Women’s Resistance

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NOVEMBER 6, 2017 – Central Queens Y, Queens, New York

Suzanne Spaak and the Jewish Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Paris

The compelling story of how Suzanne Spaak and her friends in the immigrant Jewish underground in Paris created a complex network to rescue Jewish children from deportation.

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NOVEMBER 19, 2017 – One Day University, New York City

German Resistance in WWII: What We Know Now That We Didn’t Know Then

Conventional wisdom has long suggested that the entire German nation succumbed to Nazi ideology. With the fall of the Berlin Wall, stunning new evidence locked in the Stasi archives became available to support a deeper understanding.

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OCTOBER 18, 2017 – Columbia University, New York

Documenting the Jewish Underground Rescue Network in Paris: Research Methodology

Arnold A. Salzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia School of International and Public Affairs.

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OCTOBER 17, 2017 – Barnes & Noble, 86th & Lexington

Suzanne’s Children: One Woman’s Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Paris.