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Monna and Otto Weinmann Annual Lecture

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The Monna and Otto Weinmann Annual Lecture honors Holocaust survivors and their fates, experiences, and accomplishments. Weinmann Annual Lectures are free and open to the public, and are held at the Museum in Washington, DC. More information on upcoming Weinmann Lectures can be found on the Museum’s Events Calendar.

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Watch videos and listen to audio recordings of previous Monna and Otto Weinmann annual lectures.

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About Monna and Otto Weinmann

Monna Steinbach Weinmann (1906–1991), born in Poland and raised in Austria, fled to England in autumn 1938. Otto Weinmann (1903–1993), born in Vienna and raised in Czechoslovakia, served in the Czechoslovak, French, and British armies, was wounded at Normandy, and received the Croix de Guerre for his valiant contributions during the war. Monna Steinbach and Otto Weinmann married in London in 1941 and emigrated to the United States in 1948.