Untold Stories: Three Children Under Nazi Regime

On March 30, at 12:30 pm at Thomas More College, Steigerwald Hall, The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education will present a panel discussion about how organized institutions during WWII exploited Nazi policies to their own advantage, using children in particular, as pawns. Panelists include two child survivors of the Holocaust, Zahava Rendler and Henry Fenichel, and a former member of Hitler Youth, Sonja Stratman.

Children are the most vulnerable victims in times of war, and this is poignantly displayed in the panelists’ stories. All three were exceptionally defenseless during the Holocaust, owned and manipulated by the larger structures and institutions.