In partnership with the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning, Hodges University is presenting the 6th Annual Elliott Katz 2018 Lecture Series. A docent with the Southwest Florida Holocaust Museum in Naples, Florida, Elliott Katz will present a series of six lectures focusing on the Holocaust.
After World War II ended, the American government promoted and funded a secret program to bring as many European war criminals as possible to the United States. When this policy became known, a famous historian and author described America as "the world's largest employment agency for Nazi war criminals." You will learn this disturbing story.
Individuals must register to attend. Tickets are $12 per person for each lecture or $60 for the entire series.
$12 per person for each lecture or $60 for the entire series
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