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Kristallnacht lecture

What: Free public lecture by a survivor of "the night of broken glass," the night in November 1938 when Nazi gangs ransacked Jewish businesses in Berlin, often called the beginning of the Holocaust.

What: Free public lecture by a survivor of "the night of broken glass," the night in November 1938 when Nazi gangs ransacked Jewish businesses in Berlin, often called the beginning of the Holocaust.

Who: Dr. Fred Lyon, who was 10 when he saw his parents' dress shop trashed and the family's synagogue burned. His father was sent to a concentration camp but was released when he agreed to leave Germany with his family, who eventually settled in Minneapolis.

Where: Fred Orth Lecture Bowl, UND Memorial Union.

When: 7 p.m. today.

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