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BOOK TALK with Silvia Foti: "The Nazi's Granddaughter"
Nov 10 2021 | 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

BOOK TALK with Silvia Foti: "The Nazi's Granddaughter"

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BOOK TALK 
When: NOV 10 | 7:30 PM
Where: Online - Live Stream Webinar
Cost: Free
RSVP Required Register Here: https://bit.ly/315bs6F

Please join The Breman Museum and the Simon Wiesenthal Center for a special interview featuring Silvia Foti author of My Nazi Grandfather: How I Discovered My Grandfather Was a War Criminal

Silvia Foti could not imagine that by making a deathbed promise to her mother her life would change... after she would discover the truth about her Nazi grandfather.

Join us and find out how she overturned years of secrets and lies about her notorious Nazi grandfather. Learn about her challenges after publicly exposing him. Ask yourselves: Why does the Lithuanian government continue to defend the lies – to this day?

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