Women of Courage: Anne Levy and Nicole Spangenberg

Two WWII survivors share their stories of bravery and commitment.

Anne Levy was a young girl in Poland hiding from the Axis with her family. Nicole Spangenberg was a French teenager in the Resistance, risking her life to help her countrymen fight the Nazis. Both women survived—and the experiences shaped the rest of their lives. Kimberly Guise, the Museum's Assistant Director for Curatorial Services, moderated the conversation. Watch the March 21 presentation, witnessed by more than 700 attendees in US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center, below.

Presented in partnership with the Junior League of New Orleans and the National Council of Jewish Women Greater New Orleans Section.