Scattergood Hostel 1939-43: How an American Grassroots Effort Saved European Jews

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Hybrid presentation (in-person and online) with Dr. Michael Luick-Thrams, an historian currently at the University of Erfurt, about a safe haven for refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe. This extraordinary effort, organized by ordinary people, not only rescued 185 individuals, but provided them with the opportunity to start new lives in the United States. Join us to learn more about this extraordinary and virtually unknown story of inspiring acts of kindness and selflessness in a remote region of Iowa.

Saturday, February 26, 2022
6-8 PM
German-American Heritage Museum
719 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

Light refreshments will be provided for those who attend in person.

In-person attendance: $15 

Online attendance (via Zoom): $10 

We will record this presentation and all registrants will be given access to the finished video file.

 

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In-Person, Online

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