Lunch-and-Learn - Peter Metzelaar: Surviving the Holocaust in Hiding

Tuesday, August 4, 12:00pm - 1:00pm (PDT)

Peter Metzelaar, a native of the Netherlands, was just seven when his entire family was seized by the Nazis except for him and his mother, Elli. Pete then endured the Holocaust under various harrowing circumstances -- from time in hiding on the farm of a non-Jewish couple, to going to school posing as a Christian boy, to a daring escape on a Nazi truck with his mother dressed as a Red Cross nurse. Pete is a longtime member of the Holocaust Center for Humanity Speakers Bureau and resides in Seattle with his wife, Bea.

Add to Calendar 8/4/2020 12:00PM 8/4/2020 1:00PM America/Los_Angeles Lunch-and-Learn - Peter Metzelaar: Surviving the Holocaust in Hiding Peter Metzelaar, a native of the Netherlands, was just seven when his entire family was seized by the Nazis except for him and his mother, Elli. Pete then endured the Holocaust under various harrowing circumstances -- from time in hiding on the farm of a non-Jewish couple, to going to school posing as a Christian boy, to a daring escape on a Nazi truck with his mother dressed as a Red Cross nurse. Pete is a longtime member of the Holocaust Center for Humanity Speakers Bureau and resides in Seattle with his wife, Bea. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82973983344 false MM/DD/YYYY 60 OPAQUE asdNPlXWkzBCwFYPOmft90218

Tuesday, August 4, 12:00pm - 1:00pm (PDT)

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Richard Greene, richard@holocaustcenterseattle.org