Jasha Levi Lecture: "The Last Exile: Tragedy of Life"

Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Smith Auditorium 4513 Manhattan College Pkwy., Bronx, NY 10471

Author Jasha Levi will discuss his book.  A reception will start at 6pm and the lecture will begin at 7pm.

 The road from Sarajevo in 1921 to New York in 1956 and up to the present covers a distance. It was a particularly winding and long one for the author, from the student protests against pro-Nazi government in pre-war Yugoslavia, WWII civilian confinement in Italy under Mussolini, fighting against German troops and Quislings in Dalmatia in 1944-45, battling Soviet attempts to dominate Yugoslavia, reporting from the world and the UN, and finally taking asylum in the US in despair over his country ever becoming a democratic one. In The Last Exile, Jasha Levi opens himself and the mosaic of his turbulent life and times to the public scrutiny, His readers should find his memories as compelling as his intimates always did.

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Holocaust Center, School of Arts


Students (all), Faculty/Staff, Public (open to local Riverdale community)

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