Holocaust scholar urges Seton Hill students to learn lessons of history
Thursday, November 15, 2007
By Andrea Perkins

Should someone who worked for the Nazis be designated a “rescuer” by Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust remembrance authority?

Should the same be said for an anti-Semite or a Catholic priest?

Alex Grobman raised those questions at Seton Hill University last week when he spoke about the Holocaust. His program, “Rescuers and Rescued: Those Who Dared,” focused on people who risked everything to save others.