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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University is offering a three session course titled, "50 Children," which examines the story of Philadelphia attorney Gil Kraus and his wife's heroic mission to rescue Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Vienna in 1939.  Class sessions for “Lawyers, Refugees, and the Rescue of Jews in Nazi Germany” will be taught by Clifton Perry, Auburn University political science professor, on Nov. 12, and Paul Harris, Auburn University political science associate professor, on  Nov. 17. Each session will be from noon to 2 p.m. The documentary, "50 Children," will be shown Thursday, Nov. 20, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The classes and screenings will be in Ballroom CD at the Clarion Inn and Suites, located at 1577 S. College St.

Classes are open to OLLI members, and advance registration is requested. Admission to the film is free to OLLI members and $5 for non-members. Persons who join OLLI as general members can participate in the special classes and screening at no charge. To attend the documentary screening only, the cost is $5 for non-OLLI members. For more about OLLI at Auburn programs and courses offered, visit the OLLI at Auburn website,, or contact Linda Shook, OLLI director, at or (334)844-3105.