Tapestry: Children of Nazis

How were the children of the Third Reich affected by the acts and the teachings of their parents? How did they react to Jews following the war? Did the legacy left by their parents continue to future generations? These are some of the questions asked in a new thought-provoking series offered this spring in partnership with the Holocaust Education Resource Center. Through films, books, and a keynote address, we will explore the complex generational relationship between Jews and Germans. Click here for the Tapestry Brochure.

Upcoming Children of Nazis Programs

Lore - Film Class Talkback

Wednesday, March 12 at 7:00 PM with Marquette Professor Peter Staudenmaier at the JCC 

Children and Fire - Book Discussion 

Monday, March 17 at 1:30 PM with Jody Hirsh, JCC Judaic Education Director at the JCC

A Tale of Two Soldiers: The Unexpected Friendship between a WWII American Sniper and a German Military Pilot - Book Talk

Wednesday, March 19 at 2:00 PM with Nina G Edelman at the JCC

Hitler's Children: Sons and Daughtes of the Leadersa of the Third Reich Talk about Their Fathers and Themselves - Film Class Talkback

Sunday, March 23 at 4:00 PM with Dr. Steven Moffic at the JCC

A German Life - Against All Odds, Change is Possible - Author and Lecture

NEW TIME AND PLACE - Sunday, April 6 at 3:15 PM at Congregation Sinai - 8223 N Port Washington Rd. with Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger.


Questions? Contact Mona Cohen to learn more (414) 967-8249

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