From a very young age, Bracha Avigad’s roots connected her to the Land of Israel and its flora
In 1945 he left the infamous camp on a death march; 40 years later he came back – and left – a free man
David Friedmann’s daughter traveled the globe searching for his famous drawings, lost for decades
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.
How Else Lasker-Schüler ventured into her own alternate universe in downtown Jerusalem…
It was the Talmud, more than any other book, which the Nazis used as conclusive proof of Jewish inferiority and the racial danger posed by the Jewish people.
Regina Jonas, the first ordained woman Rabbi, writes to Martin Buber, Jewish philosopher and scholar of Hasidic lore, asking for guidance during the dark times of Berlin in 1938.
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