Holocaust Study Tour

Upcoming Study Tour for Stockton Students

Information Session
This Study Tour is designed for undergraduate & graduate students interested in the Holocaust and World War I & II.

Undergraduate students will enroll in the Spring 2017 Semester for “Study Tour: The Holocaust” in GSS 3278. Graduate students will enroll in MAHG 5022: “Study Seminar to the Sites.”

History, Legacies, and Lessons of the Holocaust:
Netherlands, Belgium, and France

Dates: March 8 (evening departure to Amsterdam) – March 19 (USA afternoon arrival)
Cost: $3,500 per person *Scholarships/Awards, Grants, and Financial Aid are available for qualified Stockton undergraduate and graduate students)
Includes: roundtrip airfare, fuel surcharges, taxes, 10 nights at 4 & 5 star hotels double occupancy, touring with guides, breakfast daily, 7 lunches and 7 dinners

Some cities we will visit include Amsterdam, Bruges, Normandy, Paris, and Drancy. Some sites we will visit are the Anne Frank House, Museum of Dutch Resistance, Vught Slave Labor Camp, D-Day Landing areas, Arc de Triomphe, and Eiffel Tower.

Please contact the group leaders for more information:
Gail Rosenthal at 652-4699 OR Dr. Michael Hayse at 652-4659

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