The opening of the United Nations War Crimes Commission Records Archives 1943-1949 and the International Tracing Service has both changed historians’ understanding of the Holocaust and impacted the lives of individual Holocaust survivors and their families. Join the Museum for a conversation about what has been learned, what still might be found in the Vatican archives, and what future generations of historians may yet uncover.
This program will be moderated by Northeastern Journalism Professor Laurel Leff (Buried by The Times: The Holocaust and America’s Most Important Newspaper), featuring Dr. Elizabeth Anthony (Mandel Center, USHMM), Stephen Haufek (Archivist, United Nations), and Dr. Charles R. Gallagher, S.J. (Boston College).
Free—advance registration recommended.
Мероприятие состоится: 30.01.2018Событие в Facebook в Google
New York, 36 Battery Pl
Archives Of World War II: Their Impact On History & HumanityNew York, 36 Battery Pl
Организатор: Museum of Jewish Heritage