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The Fruits of Hate: A French City During the Holocaust – Gallery talk and reception

October 17, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Dr. David Rosenberg’s exhibit “The Fruits of Hate: A French City During the Holocaust” is open for its premiere exhibition at a public library in the United States from October 2 through November 30. Following the stories of the Jewish residents of Amiens, France during the Holocaust, this exhibit delves into questions of official, cultural, and religious Jewish identity. The use of identification cards, personal correspondence, photos, and audio recordings bring a compelling immediacy to the exhibit.

On October 17th, join Dr. Rosenberg and French-language majors from Grove City College to learn about the research behind this project, the lives of its subjects, and to hear new English translations of personal and official accounts of the roundup previously available only in French.
In January 2024 the city of Amiens will officially remember the 80th anniversary of the roundup and deportation to death camps of its Jewish citizens, and Dr. Rosenberg’s exhibit will be on display in the city’s main public library. In Pittsburgh, where the worst anti-semitic attack in American history occurred on October 27, 2018, remembering and engaging with the atrocities of the Holocaust finds an increased urgency and importance.

Registration is appreciated, but walk-ins are welcome. To register, please click here:


Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall
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Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall
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Carnegie, PA 15106 United States
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