Karen Ebel is a non-practicing attorney in New Hampshire and the daughter of former German American internee, Max Ebel. She is an active spokesperson for the German American community on the subject of World War II internment of persons of German ethnicities. She is a frequent speaker and writer on World War II alien enemy internment and has consulted on the creation of several related documentaries and exhibits. Karen is a member of the multi-ethnic Enemy Alien Files Consortium. Her father, now deceased, was interned at age 23 for approximately 2 years and was held at camps around the US. Karen only learned of his internment when he was 80 years old.
- The Enemy Alien Files: Hidden Stories of World War II exhibit to open Oct. 1, 2022
- U.S. Government Found Liable for WWII Human Rights Violations
- Werner Ulrich, Jr., former internee, featured in Uvalde, TX Newspaper
- the Schlösser Family Story
- Recent broadcast features John E. Schmitz, author of “Enemies Among Us”