Schindler's Listed

An Evening with Author

Mark Biederman

Mark Biederman will speak about the extraordinary story of his twenty year quest to find gold coins which his father’s family buried in their backyard in Poland just prior to being deported by the Nazis into concentration camps. His father survived the war but died when the author was a teenager, leaving him only with the knowledge that he had buried coins somewhere in Poland, and no information about his family. During his quest, Biederman uncovered many interesting and disturbing facts about his father and mother and their families, such as the fact that his father was the third person on Oskar Schindler’s list and had a chance meeting with Adolf Hitler, and that his mother was selected as a cook for the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele.

Schindler's Listed

The Search for my Father's Lost Gold

Monday, January 27
8 p.m.

Location:
The Academy –
Skelton Family Lecture Hall

Fee:
$12.00 advance reservations
$15.00 at door

Past Event
Please register on line in advance of the course for the purpose of us keeping a roster.

To join the class or lecture, please click the link. However, there is the possibility that might switch to necessitating a student code to log in and/or changes to Meeting ID’s. Therefore, we request that you register on line so that we can communicate with you if there are any changes to the format.

We will be monitoring CDC guidelines as to when we can restart any assembly programs.
We will notify our students and participants when we have clearance to begin again.

Upcoming