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Join us for the FREE public reception and guided tour of the new exhibition "Holocaust by Bullets: Yahad – In Unum, 10 Years of Investigation."

Known as the “Holocaust by Bullets,” the majority of the systematic killing of Jews and Roma took place after the 1941 invasion of the former Soviet Union and continued until 1944. The form of genocide detailed by Yahad – In Unum’s exhibition is unlike any other study of genocidal activity ever conducted and presented.

Yahad – In Unum Research Director Patrice Bensimon and Research Fellow Marie Moutier will lead a talk and tour of the exhibition.

Bensimon recently returned from a research trip to investigate the sites of mass executions in Russia. Since 2004, the organization has identified over 1,4000 execution sites and interviewed close to 4,000 witnesses in 8 countries.

In the exhibition, Yahad – In Unum presents its painstaking 10 years of research in a succinct yet appropriate manner allowing the visitor to uncover, step-by-step, the crime committed against Jews and Roma by the Nazi killing units, their Axis supporters, and local collaborators in Eastern Europe.

Mass killings in places such as Cambodia, Darfur, the Balkans and Syria are modeled after what Yahad's founder Father Patrick Desbois calls the archetype of these horrors – those village-by-village, on site massacres – perpetrated by the Nazis and their collaborators.

June 11 at 6:30 p.m. at The FHM

The program is part of the Museum's Genocide and Human Rights Awareness Movement (GHRAM) and is presented in partnership with the Saint Leo University Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies.
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Two new exhibitions on the Civil Rights Movement open at The FHM this Saturday. Read more about them in The Weekly Challenger Newspaper​: 
ST. PETERSBURG  — The Florida Holocaust Museum (FHM) announced plans for “This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement,” as well as their original exhibition Beaches, Benches and Boycotts: The Civil Rights Movement in Ta...
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We fit all this history under one roof. Come learn and explore at #TheFHM.
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Visit us this holiday weekend. Active Military receive free admission all year. 
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We're almost to 15% of our goal of $5,000! With your help, we've already sent two trunks to schools in the nation. We still need support so please donate to educate students about the Holocaust. Donate here:
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Coming Aug 1: "Beaches, Benches and Boycotts: The #CivilRights Movement in #TampaBay" #exhibit
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Find out more about our current exhibit, “Hope: Artwork by Aithan Shapira.” Leaving the museum on July 19th. Visit us soon and don’t miss this intriguing exhibit.
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This museum documents the Holocaust, with special emphasis on the stories of local survivors.- Google
"Full of knowledge, but extremely heartbreaking."
"The original box train car that transported holocaust victims is definitely..."
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Alex R
5 months ago
Great exhibits on the main floor, but the upper floor could definitely use some more substance rather than just some abstract installations of art. The original box train car that transported holocaust victims is definitely the centerpiece of this museum. This installation brings a sense of reality of the holocaust right to your own senses. Had to pay $16 to enter this museum, which is very expensive just like all of the other tourist traps in downtown St. Petersburg.
deidra Saraultsarjent
a year ago
Gets right to your heart, the horrible suffering, the death of so many for such reasons.people have tried to say this never happened, but of course it happened. To see a family member killed to see a child, to wait in line when next it is your time, we must never allow something like this happen NEVER. God bless them all.
a year ago
A museum everyone should see, interactive and deeply profound. But previous to entering visitors should ask if there would be tours during their visit. Our visit was ruined by loud tour guides with large groups in front and behind us. Anthony Dapolito Great Barrington, MA
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Wesley Baquero
11 months ago
it's pretty modern, very clean, and easy to understand everything.
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Joe Wehry
a week ago
I appreciated the museum provided early German history to explore how the seeds for the holocaust were planted. A lot of information is packed into the relatively small space. Give yourself an hour or two to thoroughly engage in the exhibits. You will read more than see artifacts.
Robert Alvarez
8 months ago
boring. just a ton of reading and little actual artifacts
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Kanwal Joseph
a year ago
Deeply moving and full of knowledge. It's a great place, worth the money!
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Jessica Austin
4 years ago
Deeply moving, delicately detailed and worthy of international notice. I have visited several times and attended special events or symposiums and am always inspired to love my fellow man & woman. The collections are amazing and the special guests provide such an experience for living history. Everyone should visit at least once in their life.