The Unique History of the Jews in Finland during World War II

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February 12th
7pm
Community Conversations with special guest speaker Sharon Franklin-Rahkonen.

Did you know that Finland mostly protected its Jewish population from the Holocaust, despite its alliance with Nazi Germany? Learn about the Jews in Finland before and during WWII. Presented by the Finlandia Foundation of Michigan and supported by a grant from the Finlandia Foundation National. Sharon Franklin-Rahkonen, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of History at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Finlandia Foundation National Lecturer of the Year.

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Add to Calendar 02/12/2018 America/Detroit The Unique History of the Jews in Finland during World War II Community Conversations with special guest speaker Sharon Franklin-Rahkonen.

Did you know that Finland mostly protected its Jewish population from the Holocaust, despite its alliance with Nazi Germany? Learn about the Jews in Finland before and during WWII. Presented by the Finlandia Foundation of Michigan and supported by a grant from the Finlandia Foundation National. Sharon Franklin-Rahkonen, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of History at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Finlandia Foundation National Lecturer of the Year.

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Ticket Prices, Admission, Fees: RSVP required by February 8th. FREE with museum admission or membership
Phone for tickets/more information: (248) 553-2400 Ext 112
Email for tickets/more information: [email protected]
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