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Engineering Evil and the Path to Nazi Genocide presented by Robert Holden

Event Type: Education Program
Age Group(s): Adult
Date: 7/17/2017
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Engineering Evil gives viewers specific and personal insights into the lives of those who perished and into the actions and plans of those who enacted the Holocaust. Viewers travel through the archives of Eastern Europe, to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, and to the restoration labs in Israel to see how artifacts serve as powerful links to those who lost their lives. Curators and historians help explain how the Nazis were able to accomplish such horrific crimes against humanity over the course of just a few years: 1933-1945.
Library: Cape May Court House Library
Location: Court House Library Storytime Room
Other Information:
 Mr. Robert F. Holden is a senior adjunct Professor of history at Atlantic Cape Community College whose subject of focus is Holocaust and Genocide Studies. He is also a committee member of the South Jersey Holocaust Coalition.

Katherine Givens will complete her Master's in Library Sciences in June 2017 through Drexel University, while having previously graduated with her Bachelor's in History from Stockton University. She also works for the Cape May County Library system, and she has been the moderator for the Great Books Club for quite some time. Previously, she worked at the Cape May County Historical Museum and Atlantic Cape Community College's library at the Court House branch.
Presenter: Robert Holden and Katie Givens
Status: Closed
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