MANCHESTER, VT. – “German Roots to an American Life: The Impact of the Shoah,” will be Dr. Ernestine Bradley’s topic from 7:30–9 p.m.on Wednesday June 29, at the Israel Congregation of Manchester, 6025 Main St./Route 7A, Manchester Center, Vt.
Bradley will recount her journey from Nazi Germany to the nation’s capital and how her life evolved as the wife of a United States senator and presidential hopeful. She will also facilitate a discussion on the 18–minute film “Torte Bluma,” which tells the tale of an unusual relationship between a Treblinka commandant and his Jewish cook/housekeeper.
The program is free and open to the community. Information may be obtained by calling 802-362-4578.