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Professor Renee Poznansky presents – Between the State and Society: Jews in France during World War II

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Professor Renee Poznansky presents – Between the State and Society: Jews in France during World War II

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05 August 2015

1:00pm

$10 GENERAL ENTRY

The Inaugural Leslie Caplan Memorial Lecture

During the Nazi occupation of France, 76,000 Jews were deported to the death camps, of whom only 3% survived.  Compared with other western countries, these statistics place France amongst the nations with a relatively low average of Jewish victims. Dr Renee Poznansky examines the complex political, social and cultural history that shaped the Jewish experience in France during the war.

Professor  Poznansky is a preeminent scholar of international stature and the Yaacov and Poria Avnon Professor of Holocaust Studies at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. She has published widely on contemporary French and Jewish History, on Holocaust and Genocide Studies and on issues of history and memory. These pioneering studies have been awarded many prestigious prizes.

RSVP essential: rsvp@sjm.com.au or 9360 7999

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05 August 2015

1:00pm

$10 GENERAL ENTRY

The Inaugural Leslie Caplan Memorial Lecture

During the Nazi occupation of France, 76,000 Jews were deported to the death camps, of whom only 3% survived.  Compared with other western countries, these statistics place France amongst the nations with a relatively low average of Jewish victims. Dr Renee Poznansky examines the complex political, social and cultural history that shaped the Jewish experience in France during the war.

Professor  Poznansky is a preeminent scholar of international stature and the Yaacov and Poria Avnon Professor of Holocaust Studies at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. She has published widely on contemporary French and Jewish History, on Holocaust and Genocide Studies and on issues of history and memory. These pioneering studies have been awarded many prestigious prizes.

RSVP essential: rsvp@sjm.com.au or 9360 7999

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