The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum uses the history and lessons of the Holocaust to reject hatred, promote understanding, and inspire change.
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We offer free virtual resources for educators to bring the history of the Holocaust to their classrooms. For more information, call Lory Cooper at 314-442-3711.
Bracelet unearthed 60 years after the Holocaust, donated to the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum
Survivor Ben Fainer, who died in 2016, created the bracelet while imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp A long-lost bracelet made by Holocaust survivor Ben Fainer has completed its epic journey...
Students in grades 6 through 12 can win cash prizes; entries accepted through April 19 The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum is seeking entries for the 2021 Art and Writing Contest. The...
This year's Annual Rubin Feldman Memorial Lecture will put a spotlight on a little-known story of Carl Lutz, a former St. Louisan who saved more than 50,000 Jews from the Nazis. The program will...