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Lasker-Schüler, one of Germany’s greatest poets, fled to Jerusalem in the 1930s. “Poetic Textures: Else Lasker-Schüler Archives. An Online Platform” offers digital access to a large portion of her literary and artistic legacy.
Some 35,000 volumes from dozens of communities and institutions across the country will be included
A collection of photographs received by the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People documents the lives of thousands of residents of the town of Bitola, who were sent to Treblinka in 1943
In 1953, Dr. Jonas Edward Salk announced the encouraging results of his experiments with a new drug in the battle against polio, but he would soon meet resistance…
The letter with which Stefan Zweig took leave of the world is preserved today in the archives of the National Library of Israel
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