World War II was a fascinating period in world history which continues to influence the present state of affairs of today. Albert Geha focused his discussion on the influence stolen art treasures had on the war and its legacy.

Albert Geha, Ed. S., has developed his love of art through his work as a docent at the Toledo Museum of Art.

The lecture was part of Lourdes Lifelong Learning program. Lifelong Learning is an educational program at Lourdes. It is open to all interested men and women, the only requirement for participation is an interest in ongoing learning. 

Support for Knowledge Stream is provided, in part, by a generous gift from The Appold Family Charitable Trust.