MARIONE INGRAM HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR

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In the wake of the genocide currently taking place in Syria, as the U.S. asks itself of its moral obligations to the world, and on the eve of the Jewish High Holy Days,  I hope everyone will tune in to my very important conversation with Holocaust survivor, Marione Ingram, Wednesday, September 4, 3 pm ET. Marione Ingram grew up in Nazi Germany during World War II, the daughter of a Jewish mother and non-Jewish father. As well as the Holocaust, which claimed the lives of several close family members in 1941, Ingram experienced the firestorm bombing of Hamburg in 1943, the deadliest aerial assault the world had ever seen. Her harrowing tale under the cruel hand of Hitler's regime is told in her gut-wrenching book, "The Hands of War, A Tale of Endurance and Hope, from a Survivor of the Holocaust. From her inside perspective, Marione Ingram recounts a time in history we must never forget and will discuss the lessons - learned or not - from the horrors of the past. This is a conversation you won't soon forget.

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