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Rotary and Dictatorship: What We Can Learn From History


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Learn about the history of Rotary in Nazi Germany and other countries under dictatorship at that time. How can clubs serve and lead in a country whose government violates democratic rights? How does one react when minorities are oppressed and persecuted, or when human and civil rights and liberties are restricted? How does Rotary behave when its own members are discriminated against?

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Rotary and Dictatorship: What We Can Learn From History

  1. 1. Booth Hall A4, Booth no. 464. • Meet researchers, • search for names on the touchscreen, • see the Digital Memorial Breakout-Session Tuesday, at 15.00, Hall B 4, Room B 401 • Summery of findings, Prof. Dr. Hermann Schäfer • Discussion of research team members with PRI VP Dean Rohrs and the audiance • What we can learn from the past for club life today
  2. 2. Publication: Illustrated interim report (available in English or German) on 3 years of research by German Rotarians from 50 clubs, 97 pages, hardcover € 10,- incl. VAT The book is for sale at • FAR AWAY, Hall A 3, booth no. 4516 or may be ordered at • ecrivir - die textmacher GmbH; Hansteinstr. 3, D-30419 Hannover;; • our homepage
  3. 3. Find more on our homepage: • Digital memorial of Rotarian victims • All clubs & members, 1925-1937 • Bibliography of some 150 publications • Database of district 73 • Blog (in German) • Comments / Contact (German Chancellor 1949-1963)