The German Judiciary and Nazism, Lunch & Learn with Juergen Maruhn,
Presiding Judge, Appellate Court, Frankfurt, Germany
Judge Maruhn’s lecture will explore the German judicial system during Adolf Hitler’s reign and how it allowed decisions to be made contrary to moral and natural law. Judge Juergen Maruhn has had a long and distinguished career in the German judiciary where he currently serves as the Presiding Judge of the Appellate Court in Frankfurt, Germany. Judge Maruhn has organized seminars in Germany and the U.S. focused on the history of the German judiciary as it relates to the Holocaust and Nazism. He has also lectured on the history of Nazi health care and the Nazi perversion of medicine as it involved human experimentation and euthanasia.
Cost: Free to attend and open to the public; boxed lunches must be pre-ordered.
Call 786-972-3170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.