Touching, feeling effects of Holocaust

By AMY RITCHART
The Leaf-Chronicle

Imagine a group of Master’s of Business Administration forming a committee to solve a problem.

Now, imagine the problem is how to most efficiently exterminate the millions of European Jews, Austin Peay State University professor and moderator Dewey Browder told a group of men, women and children at a Sunday panel discussion…

The panel included Browder; Felicia Anchor, chair at the Tennessee Holocaust Commission; Judy Saks, of the Jewish Federation in Nashville; and Julian Hosnedl, a survivor of Dachau concentration camp where he was a political prisoner.

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