Join AUP graduate Sarah Federman for her talk on SNCF role in transporting over 75,000 people to Germany during the Holocaust and SNCF’s current predicament in the U.S.
At the moment, SNCF is attempting to construct several high speed railways in the U.S. However, numerous states in the U.S. have banned the SNCF due to its assistance in the massacre of tens of thousands of Jews.
Federman will discuss whether SNCF is cupable for its actions and if it has made sufficient reparations.
Tuesday April 26th, 18h30-20h00 PL-1, 2 bis, Passage Landrieu.