Host a Talk by Mark Klempner about Holocaust Rescuers
Mark Klempner is active as a speaker and lecturer, and has given more than 100 presentations about the Dutch rescuers. His book is being used as a textbook at the university level, and is found in more than 500 libraries.
Among the places Mark has spoken are the Library of Congress, the National Humanities Center, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He was also invited to Washington D.C. to address members of Congress and their staffs on the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
You are welcome to listen to several of his audio inteviews about Holocaust rescuers and “righteous gentiles.”
If you are considering hosting a talk, you may want to view a sampling of synagogues, churches, and educational or cultural institutions where he has spoken. You are also welcome to contact persons who have already hosted him, or read a few letters of recommendation from several of those persons. Finally, be sure to check out some comments from people who have attended his presentations.
Though Mark is affiliated with several speakers bureaus, he may also be booked directly. Please contact him to discuss his availability.