FEBRUARY 24, 2016 – CONSPIRACY

Shown in the Social Hall of the Jewish Community Campus

It was a polite meeting with food, drink, and debate. Ninety minutes later the “Final Solution” was ratified and fate of six million lives decided. Conspiracy is based on the only surviving record of the Wannsee Conference.   This provocative drama, winner of the 2002 Peabody Award and the 2003 BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama, recreates the meeting of mid-ranking SS commanders and government ministers as they gathered at this lakeside villa. It is a powerful portrayal of the bureaucracy of genocide.  (Running time: 96 minutes – English)

  JANUARY 27   FEBRUARY 24  MARCH 30     APRIL 27
7:00 P.M.

Social Hall
Jewish Community Campus
5801 West 115th Street
Overland Park, Kansas

Lunch and Learn: 1941 Seminar Series

FEBRUARY -MARCH 2016
12-1:15 P.M.

Board Room
Jewish Community Campus
5801 West 115th Street
Overland Park, Kansas

In 1941, after securing the Western Front, Germany again turned its attention East.  As conditions worsened for the Polish Jews living in the ghettos, the military war against the Soviet Union resulted in radicalized policy toward the Jews and the first moves toward genocide.This course, taught by MCHE’s public historian Shelly Cline, will feature short lectures and exciting class discussions. Sessions will begin at noon and last 75 minutes.

The cost for this five-session course is $50 which includes materials. Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch to eat during the sessions.

Witnesses to the Holocaust Archive

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