From his desk in Berlin, Adolf Eichmann organized the mass deportation and genocide of Jews across Europe during World War II.
David Luban, one of America’s leading legal ethicists, will discuss this and more during the Museum’s upcoming program, “The Power of Bureaucrats: From Adolf Eichmann to the Present.” Luban will draw contemporary parallels with WWII history through an examination of the ways in which the Third Reich’s bureaucratic authority enabled Eichmann to become one of history’s most infamous war criminals.
This program is co-presented by @FASPE: Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics
Free on January 10 at 7pm. Advance registration is recommended.
Photo: Melanie Einzig