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ITHACA, NY — The annual Holocaust Lecture at Ithaca College will be given on Thursday, Oct. 23, by historian Hilary Earl, author of a book on the arrest, trial and punishment of the leaders of the mobile killing units employed by the Nazis during World War II in their racial war on the Eastern Front.

Earl will present “The Biggest Murder Trial in History: The Nuremberg...

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ITHACA, NY — Noted author Lev Raphael will visit Ithaca College on Tuesday, March 4, for a reading and a lecture about overcoming the burden of inherited hatred, with his own life story as a prime example. Both events are free and open to the public.

The son of Holocaust survivors, Raphael is the author of “My Germany: A Jewish...

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ITHACA, NY — Nearly 75 years after World War II, a contentious debate still lingers over whether U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt turned his back on the Jews of Hitler’s Europe. An expert will give his take on the topic in the annual Holocaust Lecture at Ithaca College on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

Historian Richard Breitman will present “FDR and the...

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ITHACA, NY — “Numbered,” a documentary that tells the story of survivors who for the past six decades have been living with the grayish-blue numbers tattooed on them by Nazis in Auschwitz, will be shown at Ithaca College on Tuesday, April 9, in observance of Holocaust Remembrance Day. Free and open to the public, the...

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 ITHACA, NY — “Fog,” a documentary about the quest to unravel the fate of a missing soldier, will be shown at Ithaca College on Tuesday, Nov. 8, as part of the Israeli Voices film series. Free and open to the public, the screening will take place at 7 p.m. in Textor 101.

A fascinating story of bereavement and mysticism, “Fog” tells the story of...

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