Living St. Louis
September 12, 2022
Season 2022 Episode 22 | 28m 52s
This special episode focuses on local stories leading up to The U.S. and the Holocaust, including the expanded St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum; the American diplomat and politician, Breckinridge Long, who worked to limit the entry of Jewish refugees to the U.S. during World War II; and Charles Lutz, a Swiss diplomat who organized the largest Jewish rescue operation in Budapest.
Aired: 09/12/22 |
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