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A mysterious 80 year old document which recently surfaced in our collections emphasizes the geopolitical significance of Bahrain. But what is it doing here?
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Most in Nikolaevsk-on-Amur had felt safe in one of Russia’s most isolated corners
Photo taken by an Austrian soldier provides a rare glimpse
They were murdered days after Yom Kippur, yet my father survived
After he freed the serfs, Alexander II was virtually deified by one leading Jewish newspaper
Hagège estimated that some 150 Tunisian authors wrote in Judeo-Arabic. This article is in memory of 100 years of Judeo-Arabic literature.
Besides poverty and pogroms, forced conscription weighed heavily on European Jews
Dr. Rahel Hirsch broke with mainstream convention and paved the way for the women who followed after. This is the story of the doctor who insisted that women’s health was about more than female genitalia.
Born Moshe Dovid Osinsky, he was a giant of industry, welfare and charity knighted by the king
How the decades-long romance between the Maharal of Prague and his wife began
Now his daughter is searching for his Nazi-looted and lost artwork
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