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Special Event: Conversation With Jennifer Teege

  • Congregation Beth Israel 10460 North 56th Street Scottsdale, AZ, 85253 United States (map)

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Jennifer Teege, author of "My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me: A Black Woman Discovers her Family's Nazi Past", only recently learned that her biological grandfather, Amon Goeth, was the infamous Nazi villain of 'Schindler's List.'  Ms. Teege, who lives in Germany, will be in Scottsdale to share her riveting story in a public presentation coordinated by Generations After and the Martin Springer Institute of Northern Arizona University and in association with Congregation Beth Israel.

The program will consist of Ms. Teege engaging in conversation with Dr. Bjorn Krondorfer, director of NAU's Martin Springer Institute and son a German Wermacht soldier, and Janice Friebaum, chair of Generations After and daughter of a Holocaust survivor.  Ms. Teege will be available to sign books after the program.

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Earlier Event: January 24
Cafe Europa
Later Event: February 3
Generations After Discussion Group