Dr. Alex Grobman is an historian with an MA and Ph.D. in contemporary Jewish
history with a major in the Shoah from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He is
president of the Brenn Institute, a think tank dealing with historical and
contemporary issues affecting the Jewish community.

Dr. Grobman established the first Holocaust center in the US under the auspices
of a Jewish Federation in St. Louis, Missouri and served as its first director. He
also served as director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angles where he
was the founding editor-in-chief of the Simon Wiesenthal Annual, the first serial
publication in the United States focusing on the scholarly study of the Holocaust.
With Rabbi Daniel Landes, Dr. Grobman edited Genocide: Critical Issues of the
Holocaust, a companion to the Center’s Academy Award winning film Genocide.

Dr. Grobman is the author of:

Nations United: How the United Nations Undermines Israel and the West

Battling For Souls:: The Vaad Hatzala Rescue Committee In Post-holocaust

Rekindling the Flame: American Jewish Chaplains and the Survivors of
European Jewry, 1944-1948

Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Never Happened, and Why Do They
Say It? published by University of California Press in Berkeley
(this text was used to refute David Irving at the Lipstadt/Irving trial)

He is an editor of In Defense of the Survivors: The Letters and Documents of
Oscar A. Mintzer AJDC Legal Advisor, Germany, 1945-46 and has edited three
academic guides: Anne Frank in Historical Perspective, Those Who Dared:
Rescuers and Rescued, and Schindler’s List.

Lecture Topics:

American Jewish Chaplains and the Remnants of European Jewry
Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Never Happened and Why Do They
Say It?
Those Who Dared: Rescuers and Rescued
Other Topics on Request


Dr. Alex Grobman
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E-mail at Agrobman@nj.rr.com
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