Cafe Historique - Dr Kristin Semmens, "TOURING THE NAZI PAST":

Tue. October 2nd 2018 6:30pm - 8:00pm doors at 5:00pm (All Ages)
Following on the success of the 2017-18 season's theme, "The Traveller's Guide to History: Great Cities", this year we continue the travel theme and invite you to "Stand Where They Stood" - to journey back with six
acclaimed speakers to relive critical events and developments in history, and to reflect on what evidence remains on the ground to be seen by the modern traveler.

Reservations are now available (and recommended!) for our series opener
on Tuesday, October 2nd:

DR KRISTIN SEMMENS, "TOURING THE NAZI PAST"
Much of Europe felt the imprint of the Nazi jackboot between 1933 and
1945. Focusing on different locations in Germany and Poland, Dr.
Semmens traces the rise and fall of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. From the
Reichstag building in Berlin to the Fuehrer's retreat in the Bavarian
Alps, from the Krakow ghetto to the Auschwitz death camp, we will learn
about key moments in the history of German fascism which left traces on
the landscape still visible to travelers today.