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Holocaust Museum Houston presents Resisters: How Ordinary Jews Fought Persecution in Hitler’s Germany

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Photo courtesy of Dr. Wolf Gruner

Holocaust Museum Houston will host a free lecture from author and historian Dr. Wolf Gruner on Jewish resistance during the Holocaust. This new research is based on a broader definition and countless hitherto untapped sources, including local police and court records as well as video testimonies of survivors.

Introducing five new categories of resistance, the talk shows how between 1933 and 1945 Jews performed countless resistance acts in Nazi Germany proper, by destroying Nazi symbols, publicly protesting against the persecution, disobeying Nazi laws and local restrictions, and defending themselves from verbal insults as well as physical attacks.

Holocaust Museum Houston will host a free lecture from author and historian Dr. Wolf Gruner on Jewish resistance during the Holocaust. This new research is based on a broader definition and countless hitherto untapped sources, including local police and court records as well as video testimonies of survivors.

Introducing five new categories of resistance, the talk shows how between 1933 and 1945 Jews performed countless resistance acts in Nazi Germany proper, by destroying Nazi symbols, publicly protesting against the persecution, disobeying Nazi laws and local restrictions, and defending themselves from verbal insults as well as physical attacks.

WHEN

WHERE

Holocaust Museum Houston
5401 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77004, USA
https://hmh.org/event/resisters-how-ordinary-jews-fought-persecution-in-hitlers-germany/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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