Bus Trip: Illinois Holocaust Museum Special Exhibit: Nazi Olympics Berlin 1936

Wednesday, August 10, 2016 - 9:00am
During the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Hitler exploited the Games to promote Nazi ideals of racial supremacy on a world stage. Nazi Olympics features athletes who were barred because of their ethnic heritage, or who, like Jesse Owens, competed and won, challenging Hitler’s “master race” dogma.
The library will provide bus transportation, entrance to the exhibit, docent-led group tour and a box lunch for $24. Please register in person at the Adult Reference Desk. Cash or check only please.