This is a past event.
Tuesday, March 19 at 7:30pm
Eva Schloss was born in Austria, which was invaded in 1938 by Germany, causing many Jewish families to desperately flee to evade persecution. Only 8 years old at the time, Schloss was among the emigrants who moved with her mother, father, and brother to Belgium and eventually to Holland. There, Schloss befriended a German Jewish girl in her neighborhood, whom we would come to know as Anne Frank. Schloss and Frank would play hopscotch and marbles together and eventually became stepsisters.
The lecture is open to the public. General admission tickets will cost $20 if purchased from Laurie Auditorium box office (1 Trinity Pl., San Antonio, Texas 78212), Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. or roughly $30 (including all fees) if purchased online at Ticketmaster. A total of 200 complimentary tickets will be available for Trinity students only and can be picked up from Martha DeLeon from March 4-8 in Northrup Hall 410.
One Trinity Place, San Antonio, Texas 78212
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