Israel’s most inflammatory political trial and assassination of the 1950s, of Rezso Kasztner, including the first chilling interview with his murderer.
How much should you negotiate with the enemy? In Israel, the debate over that question evoked fury to the point of assassination. Such was the case of Kasztner, a Hungarian Jew who tried to rescue the last million Jews of Europe by negotiating face to face with Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann, what became known as “Kasztner’s train.” Yet later this extraordinary act was cast as an act of betrayal.
Date: November 30th, 2014- 2 pm at the JCC Wosk Auditorium.
Tickets price: $5 available at the JCC front desk
Presented by the JCCGV, VHEC and VJFF
Sponsor: JCC, VJFF, VHEC