In honor of Yom HaShoah: an interview about my research projects at the FDR Library and Museum

In honor of Yom HaShoah, the Director of the FDR Presidential Library and Museum, Paul Sparrow, interviewed me about two of my recent research projects at the library. In the first segment, I discuss my online exhibit about the War Refugee Board’s effort (in collaboration with the Joint Distribution Committee) to smuggle Jewish refugee children out of France and into Spain, Portugal and Switzerland. In the second half, I talk about the influence of Henrietta Klotz on Henry Morgenthau Jr.’s stance toward rescuing Jews during the Holocaust.

My blog about Henrietta Klotz can be found here: https://fdr.blogs.archives.gov/2020/03/24/updates-morgenthau-holocaust-collections-project-2/

You can also find my presentations about Henrietta Klotz in the “Projects” tab on this website

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