Reowned Holocaust scholar speaks at St. Louis Kaplan-Feldman Holocaust Museum

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ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum honored victims of the Holocaust with a name reading. It’s part of their ‘Pay as You Wish Weekend,’ dedicated to spreading awareness of the horrors of the Holocaust.

Between 1941 and 1945, six million Jews and other minorities were murdered in camps in Nazi-occupied lands across Europe. The museum also welcomed a respected Holocaust scholar to speak about an increase in¬†contemporary anti-Semitism. It touched on the Hamas attack in Israel late last year. It was also part of the annual ‘Rachel Miller Lecture”.

The longest drive in the contiguous US runs through St. Louis. How far is it?

It’s named in honor of Holocaust survivor Rachel Miller, a young girl at the time who shared stories of her life hiding in Nazi-occupied France.

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