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Curing diseases, restoring organs, revitalizing the body and even resurrecting the dead! Rare caricatures from 19th-century England prove that strange folk remedies have been with us for a while…
Coronavirus? We’ve seen it all before… A look at several plagues (both real and fictional) that were commemorated in literature over the years
A look back at the disaster which befell the city of Brody in 1867, and how Europe’s Jews came together to help the victims
These Jewish soldiers took part in the liberation of Europe from the clutches of Nazi Germany
In a newly surfaced letter, the dictionary’s founding editor wrote that it was not thought likely to be more than a “passing nonce-word…”
“I’m still young, I want to live”; even in their darkest hour, the prisoners of the Nazi camps wrote songs of hope
When did the libel of Jews using Christian blood on Passover make its first appearance?
Lilli Henoch won championships and set new world records, but her accomplishments weren’t enough to save her from the bullets of the Nazi Einsatzgruppen soldiers
What if you found a vaccine for COVID-19, and no one believed you? What if no one was willing to give you a chance to save millions? What if your only option was to inject yourself with a weakened strain of coronavirus and hope for the best?
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