2022 Lecture Series Archive
January 6, 2022
The Shush-Shush Jews
When Hitler came to power American Jewry was shocked. Immediately, ordinary Jews spoke out and took action. Unfortunately, the Jewish voices that mattered the most the so-called Jewish leaders and men of influence were either silent or spoke in whispers. On occasion, they attempted to muzzle the outspoken and the activists working on behalf of Jewish refugees. Learn who they were and why they did what they did?
January 20, 2022
The Belgian King And His Massacres
”When Belgian King, Leopold 11, decided to make the Central Congo in Africa his personal fiefdom, the indigenous peoples there would become the victims of the 20th Centuries first Genocide”.
February 3, 2022
The Men Who Would Be Martyrs
For close to 95 years, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti have been saluted by many as martyrs. Men, who because of their political beliefs and ethnicity were unjustly executed for crimes that they did not commit. The world rushed to their defense and condemned America for this injustice. However, there is another tale to tell that might just change your mind. Listen carefully!
February 17, 2022
Hitler's Jewish Princess
When the new Chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler, began a relationship with a Jewish woman of international renown, the Nazi leadership was shocked and advised the Führer the danger this posed to him and Germany. What was Hitler’s reaction to this warning, how did this end and what was her fate?
March 3, 2022
The Holodomor: The Secret Genocide
Close to 4.5 million Ukrainians perished as a result of policies instituted by the Russian Soviet government from 1930 – 1933. It was a secret that the Communist government did not wish the world to find out about. This was almost accomplished, because the world’s most important newspaper and it’s reporter in Russia, falsely suppressed what was happening. Why would the New York Times do that? The answer will shock you!
March 17, 2022
The End Of Weimar
For 13 years, after the World War 1, Germany prospered and thrived under the most liberal democracy in Europe. Most Germans approved of their government and rejected extremism from either end of the political spectrum. Then how did Adolf Hitler and the National Socialists come to power? Could it happen here? What lessons can we learn form the collapse of Weimar Germany?
March 31, 2022
Righteous Among The Nations
A handful of men who wore the German uniform and served in the German Army, in World War || have been honoured as Righteous Among The Nations. The one that you will learn about today would have died unknown and unrecognized but for the Academy Award winning success of an American movie. Who was this soldier and what was the movie ?