Ms. Eichengreen has lectured for many years in schools, colleges and universities coast to coast in the United States, and in Germany.

Just to mention a few:

  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Stanford University, Palo Alto
  • Sonoma State University
  • Chico State University, Chico
  • Augustana College, Iowa
  • University of Hamburg, Germany
  • Bergen-Belsen Memorial, Germany
  • Gedenkstaette Sasel-Neuengamme, Germany
In her lectures, Ms. Eichengreen presents an up-to-now seldom presented viewpoint of women's responses to the Holocaust. This was a subject of discussion at the 1996 International Holocaust Conference in Minneapolis, Minn. For the past fifty years the Holocaust has had a mostly male connotation. Ms. Eichengreen's feminist point of view on this subject was received with particular interest by students of Mills College, California.

Her lectures, based on her personal experience as a survivor, have been recognized as an important contribution to the understanding of the history of the Holocaust. Elie Wiesel is correct when he states that the subject can only be addressed by those who suffered it, like Lucille Eichengreen.

If you are interested in Lucille's lectures, please contact:

The Holocaust Remembrance Foundation 4053 26th St. San Francisco, CA 94131
Tel: (415) 285-9415

or email Lucille at