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Alfred Münzer is a Holocaust survivor and president of the medical staff at Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, Md. He is board certified in internal medicine and pulmonary disease medicine.

Posted: Thursday, March 13, 2014 10:38 am | Updated: 11:08 pm, Thu Mar 13, 2014.

His sisters will killed in Auschwitz and his father died shortly after being liberated from a Nazi death camp; Alfred Munzer will share his story of surviving the Holocaust during a Buechner Institute lecture at King University on March 31.

“Each year, King University joins with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in honoring and remembering the victims of the Holocaust by inviting one of the survivors to speak on several of our campuses,” said Dr. Errol Rohr, interim chaplain, emeritus professor of Philosophy, and director of King’s Italy Study Program. “This long-standing program seeks to promote the cause of human dignity around the world, and educate present and future generations in the agendas of peace."

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