Alaskan Newspapers and the Holocaust: History Unfolded
Thursday, November 17, APK
What could people in Juneau have known about the Holocaust as it was happening? Learn what citizen historian researchers have been discovering about the nature of local newspaper coverage of the Holocaust in Alaska from 1933 to 1945.
This talk by Eric Schmalz will include a historical overview, noteworthy articles from Juneau and other Alaskan towns, and time for questions.
Eric Schmalz is the Citizen History Community Manager at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He oversees the review of newspaper submissions to the History Unfolded: US Newspapers and the Holocaust website, assists participants with their research, and helps educators effectively incorporate History Unfolded into various learning environments.
Presented by Juneau Public Libraries and the Alaska State Library.
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