A Synopsis of the Itinerary:

  • May 5: Arrive in Madrid, Spain. Visit Prado
  • May 6: Visit Museo Reina Sofia. Depart Madrid for Valladolid. Visit Colegio de San Gregorio.
  • May 7: Leave Valladolid for Arantzazu.
  • May 8: Visit Guernika Peace Museum and Basque Assembly Hall; Depart San Sebastian for Bordeaux, France
  • May 9: Rent cars and drive to Oradour-sur Glane. Oradour is a Shrine.
  • May 10: Depart Oradour by car for Chambon-sur-Lignon
  • May 11: Visit Chambon-sur-LignonEurope
  • May 12: Depart Chambon-sir-Lignong for Geneva, Switzerland. Visit the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
  • May 13: Visit World Council of Churches and the International Labor Organization
  • May 14: Visit Jesuit Refugee Service and the Red Cross.
  • May 15: Visit Emmanuel Tronc, Humanitarian Advocacy & RepresentationCoordinator, Médecins sans Frontièrs (Doctors Without Borders). Depart Geneva for Verdun, France.
  • May 16: Visit Centre Mondial de la Paix and tour WW I battlefield and cemetery.
  • May 17: Depart Verdun for Nuremberg, Germany.
  • May 18: Visit Dokumentationzentrum and Memorium Nürnberger Prozesse.  Depart Nuremberg for Munich.
  • May 19: Visit Dachau, the White Rose memorial, and Rupert Mayer shrine and Munich Nazi Documentation Centre.
  • May 20: Depart Munich for Incisa, Italy
  • May 21: Visit Sophia University and the School of Civil Economy, Incisa in Val d’Arno.
  • May 22: Visit Community of Loppiano and Loppiano Cooperative in Incisa Val d’Arno
  • May 23: Depart Incisa for Monzano-Vado.
  • May 24: Field trip to Sept. 29, 1944 massacre site.
  • May 25: Final papers prepared; spend night at Chiesaignano Agroturismo, Italy
  • May 26: Depart for home.

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