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A letter sent by the wives of Jewish men imprisoned during the Damascus Affair of 1840 gives voice to the suffering of these women, some of whom were beaten and even forced to provide sexual favors as a result of the blood libel
Andre Hajdu, one of the greatest and most groundbreaking composers in Israeli history, a recipient of the Israel Prize, was not popular with everyone…
Henry Ford was one of the most notorious American anti-Semites of the 20th century. His grandson, however, was an ardent Zionist. A collection of rare photos from Henry II’s little-known visit to Israel appears here for the first time.
At an assembly of the Nazi Party in September 1935, the Reichstag passed laws that stripped German Jews of their citizenship
The discovery of boxes of forgotten materials in the Historical Archives of Belgrade sparked the creation of a touching series of historical graphic novels on the Holocaust
How a group of anti-Dreyfusards channeled their anger into the creation of one of the world’s most popular sporting events, centered on a new invention: the bicycle.
The Jews of Frankfurt established a second Purim in 1616 in celebration of the downfall of a new Haman who tried to eradicate the local Jewish community.
In 1935, a photojournalist was sent by a Jewish news agency to document the growing anti-Semitism under the rule of Nazi Germany.
Imre Lichtenfeld developed Krav Maga as a method of defensive street fighting against anti-Semitic attacks in the city formerly known as Pressburg.
Erzsébet Simon faced extreme anti-Semitism despite the glory she brought to her homeland.
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