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When did the libel of Jews using Christian blood on Passover make its first appearance?
In honor of the “Back to School” season, we bring you several stories about children from across Europe on their first day of school.
Meet the doctor who helped Herzl get to the podium in time to open the Fourth Zionist Congress in London.
From lake houses to spa days, Jews from all over Europe took full advantage of their summer vacations, building memories that would last a lifetime.
How did rare photographs of Polish Jews end up in a French soldier’s photo album?
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
Samuil, the second of the brothers Polyakov, lived an interesting life, balancing his identity as a Jew with his position in the Russian business elite.
In the 1980s, photographer, painter and poet Myriam Tangi took three separate trips to Yemen in the hopes of photographing the last Jews living in the country.
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.
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