J. Wandres disscusses the career of Lt. Paul N. Shulman

Thursday, January 20th 7-8:30pm at the Annapolis Maritime Museum in Eastport.  

J. Wandres will discuss the action-packed life and career of Lt. Paul N. Shulman, the U.S. Naval Academy graduate who became Israel’s “Volunteer Admiral.” After World War II, Shulman helped acquire vessels for the clandestine immigration sealift of Holocaust survivors to Palestine, then volunteered to set up a naval academy for Israel’s new navy and further distinguished himself during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. J. Wandres, an associate with the Center for World War II History and Conflict Resolution, lives in New Jersey.

Following J. Wandres’ presentation, Captain Yoram Laks, the Naval Attaché of the Israeli Embassy, will speak about the Israeli Navy today. Capt. Laks is also the Military advisor to the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations.

Running on Thursday evenings, from January through March, the Museum’s Maritime Seminar Series covers a range of topics in its nine lectures. All lectures will be held in the Museum’s Buck and Marsha Buchanan Bay Room, from 7 – 8:30 p.m.

There will be one hour of presentation, followed by a discussion period. Enrollment fees for Museum members are $60 per person for the full series or $10 per seminar. For non-members, fees are $95 for the series or $15 per seminar. To enroll, call the Museum office at 410-295-0104.