Photos courtesy Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

Through Sept. 3 – Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art  

From In Soccer under the Swastika: Stories of Survival and Resistance during the Holocaust, Kevin E. Simpson reveals the surprisingly powerful role soccer played during World War II. From the earliest days of the Nazi dictatorship, as concentration camps were built to hold so-called enemies, captives competed behind the walls and fences of the Nazi terror state. During the exhibition, photos from the book will be on display. Visit for more information.

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