13 Driver's Licenses: 13 Jewish Lives

Exhibit and Speaker

Featuring 13  Licenses that were confiscated by the Germans and later found and researched by German students.  Their research led some of the students to New Jersey where relatives of the licenses currently reside.  Family members and the German students will be sharing their intertwined story.

Open to the Public.  No admission required.

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  1. Stacey Pinilis
  2. 9739292955
  3. spinilis@jfedgmw.org
Thu, July 18
11:30 am — 1:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/18/2019 11:30am 07/18/2019 1:30pm America/New_York 13 Driver's Licenses: 13 Jewish Lives

Exhibit and Speaker

Featuring 13 Licenses that were confiscated by the Germans and later found and researched by German students. Their research led some of the students to New Jersey where relatives of the licenses currently reside. Family members and the German students will be sharing their intertwined story.

Open to the Public. No admission required.

Building an inclusive ...

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