Casablanca: France Shows its True Colors and the Most Adored Spy in the World

Date/Time

January 10, 2019 to January 10, 2019
10:00 AM untill 12:00 PM

Description

Join Hodges University for the 7th Annual Elliott Katz Lecture Series.

Casablanca: France Shows its True Colors and the Most Adored Spy in the World
January 10, 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
France voluntarily imposed Nazi doctrines on its colonies without German pressure, and it led to North Africa becoming the center of French perfidy. You will learn how one of Europe’s most adored entertainers, Josephine Baker, risked her freedom to resist Nazi oppression and make Casablanca her home. As to the movie, truth is stranger than fiction.

Individuals must register to attend. Tickets are $20 per person for each lecture or $80 for the entire series. All presentations will take place at Hodges University, Naples campus, in the White Community Room.

For more information, contact April May at [email protected] or (239) 598-6153.

Location

Hodges UniversityView map
2647 Professional Circle, John White Community Room
Naples, 34119, FL, US

Additional Information

Phone

(239) 598-6153

Name

April May

Cost

$20 single lecture; $80 full series

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