Present "Inge" at Your Synagogue or Organization
Presenting the story of "Inge: A Girl's Journey Through Nazi Europe" is a wonderful way to involve teenagers and teach them about the history associated with the Holocaust. Contact David Gumpert for further information, at david@
March 9, 2006
Arlington Human Rights Commission
April 6, 2006
Lynn-Swampscott-Marblehead Hadassah, with Temple Emanuel Sisterhood
November 16, 2005
Jewish Community Center
December 7, 2005
December 8, 2005
South Area Celebration of Jewish Books
December 14, 2005
David Gumpert speaks at a reading and signing event sponsored by Barnes & Noble in Walpole, MA, June 15, 2004.
David Gumpert inscribes books for readers at Barnes & Noble in Walpole, MA, June 15, 2004.
Three "fans" at signing event at Barnes & Noble, Walpole, MA (l to r, Dale Kaiser, Wendy Schneller, and Judi Kahn)
David Gumpert answers questions about "Inge" from travelers at Hartford's Bradley International Airpport during a signing event June 4, 2004, sponsored by The Paradies Shops.
"Inge: A Girl's Journey Through Nazi Europe", was introduced by David Gumpert as part of a Yom HaShoah commemoration service at Temple Beth Shalom in Needham on April 21, 2004. The service featured four teenage girls reading excerpts of Inge's memoir. Four survivors of Inge's group were present as well.
Four survivors of Inge's group identify themselves in group photo after the Temple Beth Shalom service, from left, Walter Reed, Ilse Garfunkel, Hans Garfunkel, and Manfred Manasse.
Lauren Grosberg, 13, reads an excerpt from "Inge" at Temple Beth Shalom service.
David Gumpert inscribes books following the service at Temple Beth Shalom.
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