10
January
  • 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Hodges University Naples Campus
Casablanca: France Shows its True Colors and the Most Adored Spy in the World
About This Event France voluntarily imposed Nazi doctrines on its colonies without German pressure, and it led to North Africa becoming the center of French perfidy. You will learn how one of Europe’s most adored entertainers, Josephine Baker,risked her freedom to resist Nazi oppression and make Casablanca her home. As to the movie, truth is [...]
24
January
  • 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Hodges University Naples Campus
The Hereros, The Nama (Hottentots) and The Kaiser. Now it Begins
About This Event Were Nazi Germany’s genocidal actions during World War II an aberration? Were Hitler’s views, policies and actions unique to Nazi ideology? Learn the truth as our presentation takes you to southwest Africa to learn about the brutal murder of almost 90,000 Herero and Nama. The presentation will give you a hint as [...]
7
February
  • 10:00 am to 11:00 am
  • Hodges University Naples Campus
Armenia: Germany Perfects the Art of Extermination
About This Event As World War I begins, the German government cements its relationship with the young Turkish Empire. Setting military and domestic policy in Turkey, Germany and their Turkish allies implement, without remorse or restraint, the slaughter of 1.5 million Armenian men, women and children. You will see and hear the voices of the [...]
21
February
  • 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Hodges University Naples Campus
Churchill and Roosevelt Play Let’s Pretend. Hitler Did Not Play
About This Event Three conferences determined the fate of Europeans needing a safe haven. One conference, at Wannsee Lake, on the outskirts of Berlin, put the finishing touches on the Holocaust. The other two conferences assured the first one would be successful. You will hear about all three, Wannsee, Evian and Bermuda. Shown during the [...]