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Erzsébet Simon faced extreme anti-Semitism despite the glory she brought to her homeland.
In 1930s Europe, as evil parties were gaining traction in Bulgaria, the Jews managed – in one famous case – a victory of justice over hatred.
The creature made of clay was brought to life by the name of God to protect the Jewish people. Did it fulfill its purpose?
The story of Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympics is well known. What is not well known is that Jesse Owens nearly didn’t compete in one of his gold medal wins, just so his Jewish teammates could…
26 letters and 6 postcards, previously unknown, all by Stefan Zweig, one of the greatest writers of the first half of the twentieth century, have been given to the National Library of Israel.
The very public Jewish roots of Captain America, the first superhero to punch Hitler in the face!
The famed escape artist, illusionist, and séance buster, was also intensely proud of his Judaism.
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