Joe and Kristina at the Kurt Vonnegut Library

I wanted to let you know that we have been invited to show our movie trailer on January 26, 2013 @ 1:00 pm (eastern) at the The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library

They are hosting their 2nd Anniversary Celebration and have invited us and four German-Americans, who were held in internment camps during World War II.

Both Kristina and Joe will be participating. Everyone is invited – there is no charge.

Join us in Indiana at:

                        The Emelie Building

                        340 N. Senate Avenue

                        Indianapolis, Indiana 46204


*Internees speaking are:  Anneliese Krauter, Eberhard Fuhr, Frances Ott Allen, and Alfred Wohlpart.


2 thoughts on “Joe and Kristina at the Kurt Vonnegut Library

  1. I'm a 62 year old Jewish man whose mother grew up during the depression and who's father fought in WWII. My mother knew people who died in the Holocaust and so she would have nothing to do with Germans or products made in Germany. In that way, I learned to be prejudiced against Germans, but now I don't believe in prejudging anyone, so I'm glad you're making your documentary. Good luck with it.

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  2. We had a German internee camp by Vincennes, IN. There is documentation of this at Lewis Historical Library and the Knox County Public Library.

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