Online Event: An Intimate Conversation Between Two Descendants of Stutthof Concentration Camp

Marylin & Silvia will compare how their family members were treated and the reasons they were in Stutthof Concentration Camp at the same time. They will address the fraud by the Lithuanian government to declare Noreika innocent of crimes of genocide, and how his detention in Stutthof has been used as a misleading political tool for Lithuanian Holocaust deception. An Intimate Conversation: Between Two Descendants of Stutthof Concentration Camp Prisoners - Israeli-American Civic Action Network (

German Family History and “Ordinary” Antisemitism

SPEAKER: Björn Krondorfer, Regents' Professor   The question of "ordinary antisemitism" will be explored through a personal story about the effects of the Holocaust and war memories in  German society after 1945, especially as they are passed on generationally. The speaker's parents were 18years old when the war ended. His father was drafted into the German army at age 16 and ended up in the near vicinity of a Jewish slave labor camp in Poland; his mother escaped from the advancing Soviet Army. The talk concludes with remarks on the value of dialogical engagement between the communities affected by historical trauma due to state-sponsored violent ideologies.

General Mari K. Eder Book Presentation

PHA is honored to host a presentation with General Eder on her newest book Mari K. Eder, retired U.S. Army Major General, is a renowned speaker and author, and a thought leader on strategic communication and leadership. General Eder is the author of The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line: Untold Stories of the Women who Changed the Course of WWII. To register for the event go to It is not necessary to have read the book to be part of this event.