The Use and Abuse of Hate: Nazi Anti-Semitism via ZOOM.Professor David Hamlin will discuss how the Nazis and their propaganda treated anti-Semitism as a way to explain a traumatic history, social misery, intra-German conflict and even the changing gender norms. This approach enabled the Germans to always see themselves as victims rather than perpetrators of hate and violence. The discussion also offers a method of explaining contemporary political developments. David will speak for about 45 minutes and accept questions from the attendees over Zoom.Candle lighting ceremony with Rabbi Bronstein, followed by speaker Professor Hamlin.See dedicated email, Weekly Calendar or Members side of the website for ZOOM link.This program is in place of Torah La’am regular Zoom session for grades 7-12.ALL BAS adults and teens are invited.________________________Professor David Hamlin is Chair of the History Department at Fordham University. His books include Economic Warfare and the Transformation of German Foreign Policy (in Progress); The German Empire in the East: Germans and Romania in an Era of Globalization and Total War. Cambridge University Press, (2017); Work and Play: The Production and Consumption of Toys in Germany, 1880-1914. University of Michigan Press (2007). He has published numerous journal articles, papers and presentations related to modern German history. Hamlin’s teaching interests include lecture classes on Hitler’s Germany, Bismarck’s Germany, War and Imperialism and The West from the Enlightenment to the Present. David is pleased to speak at his home congregation, Bet Am Shalom.