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Audio: A journey for truth in the shadow of genocide

The Reverend Patrick Desbois gave a powerful lecture about his decade-long work helping to identify mass execution sites of Jews during World War II as part of his exhibit at the Milwaukee Jewish Museum on April 19.
Editor’s Note: The research and discoveries made by Father Desbois are very gruesome, and the stories he shares are unpleasant and uncomfortable to hear. They are, however, irrefutable facts and as such have not been sugarcoated in their presentation.
This is a live recording from the public lecture given by Father Patrick Desbois on April 19 at the Rubenstein Pavilion of the Jewish Home and Care Center, about his work, book, and exhibit Holocaust by Bullets.

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