Wed 18 July 2018 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Drama - Nahalat Binyamin 52, Tel Aviv,
On Wednesday, July 18, at the “Drink & Think Different” sessions, we will hold a special evening with three short lectures (about 30 minutes each) by Kobi Hubera and Oded Feuerstein on the character of Churchill, Stalin and Hitler.
Oded Feuerstein – Stalin
Joseph Stalin was considered for decades the “sun of the people” and the captain of the Communist revolution – so what happens when he dies one day, and his crimes are revealed to all? In this lecture by Oded Feuerstein of the great history team in Katana, we will see the rise and fall of the cult of Stalin’s heroes and try to understand – what happened to Stalinism after his death?
Kobi Hubera-Churchill and Hitler: head to head
Kobi was composed in two lectures that are interwoven with the two Titans who changed the face of World War II and the whole world:
A front drinker avoids, a grubby against a vegetarian, naughty in front of a croquet.
History has never before confronted two very different figures, in a fierce struggle whose results dictated the future of the world.
Adolf Hitler and Winston Churchill had never met, but that did not stop them from having a stormy relationship. A relationship full of mockery, anger, attraction, and a touch of mutual admiration. A relationship worthy of a superhero and arch-villain, when the two leaders are convinced that they are the saviors of humanity.