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MPL Talks: Life after World War II

It’s always momentous when Bob Zonneville comes to Mentor Public Library. Zonneville is a World War II veteran who received a Bronze Star and two Purple Hearts. He—along with local historian Thom Matowitz, who literally wrote the book on Mentor—hosted … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: Nazism in Power

If Dr. John Foster’s talk on the rise of National Socialism in Germany intrigued you, its sequel will fascinate you. Recently, Foster—who, in addition to being a librarian, also has a doctorate degree in history—discussed the Nazi Party in power both … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: The Fall of Berlin

We host a lot of programs at Mentor Public Library and it’s hard to catch them all. And sometimes you miss one you really wanted to see. That’s why we’ve started MPL Talks, where we post full programs online for you to … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: The Battle of Stalingrad

We host a lot of programs at Mentor Public Library and it’s hard to catch them all. And sometimes you miss one you really wanted to see. That’s why we’ve started MPL Talks, where we post full programs online for … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: Napoleon Bonaparte & the Age of Imagination

We host a lot of programs at Mentor Public Library and it’s hard to catch them all. And sometimes you miss one you really wanted to see. That’s why we’ve started MPL Talks, where we post full programs online for … Continue reading

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