From History Are
Condemned To Repeat It
For the last eight years, Elliott Katz a former Holocaust Museum docent and lecturer, has explored the issues of religious, racial, national and political hatred in the twentieth century. In a series of six presentations using video, audio, photographic and archival material he explores how countries, political leaders, academics and ordinary people reacted to discrimination, persecution, mass murder and genocide. These sold out, lectures, held at Hodges University, in Naples, Florida are presented in a manner to educate, inform and inspire.
Righteous among the nations
The German who protested and died, and the women of valor
Germans who protested against Hitler and the Nazis were summarily executed by decapitation and firing squad. Incredibly thousands of gentile women protested to protect their Jewish husbands.
The other triangles, the pink, the purple and the brown
Every so called, inferior persecuted by the Nazis shared a common badge, a triangle. Their stories must be told.