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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum presents Holocaust Memory in the Post-War Period

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The conclusion of World War II may have marked the end of the Holocaust, but it also began the process of facing its effects and coping with the memory of a brutal chapter in history.

Dr. Beth Cohen, Lecturer in Religious Studies and Jewish Studies at California State University Northridge and Dr. Atina Grossmann, Professor of History at The Cooper Union, will present a conversation about postwar Holocaust memory in the United States and Germany.

The conclusion of World War II may have marked the end of the Holocaust, but it also began the process of facing its effects and coping with the memory of a brutal chapter in history.

Dr. Beth Cohen, Lecturer in Religious Studies and Jewish Studies at California State University Northridge and Dr. Atina Grossmann, Professor of History at The Cooper Union, will present a conversation about postwar Holocaust memory in the United States and Germany.

The conclusion of World War II may have marked the end of the Holocaust, but it also began the process of facing its effects and coping with the memory of a brutal chapter in history.

Dr. Beth Cohen, Lecturer in Religious Studies and Jewish Studies at California State University Northridge and Dr. Atina Grossmann, Professor of History at The Cooper Union, will present a conversation about postwar Holocaust memory in the United States and Germany.

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