UMD Holocaust Commemoration

Movies and television have tackled Ron Jones 1967 social experiment "The Third Wave" before.

But German student Dennis Gansel,  tired of the education programs in his country warning of the dangers of fascism and autocratic rule, suffering from "Holocaust fatigue," was bored by the whole topic.

Until he saw Schindler's List.

Suddenly, he had a new and powerful take on "The Third Wave" ... and his own life.

Leonore Baeumler of Duluth has worked as a social worker in Duluth with both juveniles the elderly. She is the namesake of UMD's Baeumler Kaplan Holocaust Commemoration Committee, honoring of the lives and legacies of Mortrud Kaplan and her late husband Walter Baeumler. Leonore has lived a life of service improving the quality of life of the people around her for that we honor her this month.

In memory of Kristallnacht, this Sunday 11/9 at 1pm is the showing of "Nuremberg: Its Lessons for Today" at Weber Music Hall at 1pm. Discussion to follow by Sandra Schulberg, producer.

11/5 Radio Gallery: Sandra Schulberg

UMD Holocaust Commemoration Events this week: