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Unite Against Hate

Honor survivors. Explore their stories. Inspire hope.

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55 Fifth Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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The Florida Holocaust Museum, a service provider contracted by the Florida Department of Education, invites you to use our dynamic lessons and curriculums about the Holocaust, genocide, and character education.

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The FHM Spotlights

Search the Permanent Collection

The Museum’s collections are made up of materials donated to us by survivors, liberators, and their families and document their experiences during the Holocaust. Search the collection to find out more.

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"From Refugee to Interrogator: The Wartime Experience of Paul Raber"

Paul Raber, born in 1912 in Vienna, Austria, fled to the United States in 1938 after the German annexation of his country. He came to live in New York and served in the U.S. Military during the war. The display features photographs, archives, and artifacts donated to the Museum by Susan Nolan, Paul’s daughter.

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Shoes of Majdanek by Helen Pruitt Wallace

The Warren Composition is a unique initiative created in honor of Robin Warren and highlights an object or objects from the permanent collection of The Florida Holocaust Museum with a work of creative writing inspired by that object and was conceived earlier this year when longtime board member Robin Warren completed her term.

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