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St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum

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About the Museum

Our exhibits and programs, plus personal accounts of survivors, deepen understanding of the Holocaust.

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Learn about the Holocaust from those who lived it, including St. Louis-area survivors. 

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The Museum regularly hosts public programs such as lectures, book talks, film screenings, and workshops.

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“I was told the danger of it, to be quiet, not to talk, not to cry, not to think, not to do, otherwise they would just kill all of us. And I was just petrified.”

– Sara Moses

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