PLU graduate studies the Kindertransport By Barbara Clements Their faces stare out from yellowed passport photos. Some are smiling. Some scared. Some of carrying suitcases. Many are only holding their
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Memoir chronicles the life of Nazi Germany refugee and successful Tacoma entrepreneur – Kurt Mayer Tacoma businessman, philanthropist and community leader, Kurt Mayer, has written a rags to riches story
Studying the laws behind international adoption Trained as an historian of the American Revolution and blessed with an abundance of sources, I saw no scholarly reason to travel abroad, although
Passing the torch They may have started with inquiry and then put their words to paper and even presented their findings to anyone who would listen. But beyond their meticulous
Present for historical moment PLU Senior Morgan Root spent last week in Washington D.C., experiencing the inauguration of President Barack Obama. The following is her account of the historic occasion.
Holocaust survivor recalls the child victims While presenting a story of survival Robert Herschkowitz paused for the audience to gaze at a photo of several women and their children walking
Donors share value of Holocaust Education Last week, stories of survival and the lessons of history were on the forefront of many people’s minds. On Oct. 21, more than 150