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At an assembly of the Nazi Party in September 1935, the Reichstag passed laws that stripped German Jews of their citizenship
How did rare photographs of Polish Jews end up in a French soldier’s photo album?
These “10 commandments” for building a good relationship were found in a pamphlet distributed to all students graduating from a trade school under the Nazi regime.
It was only when Leo saw the smoke from the crematorium that he understood that he would never see his father again.
Sensing the dangerous sparks in the air, Miriam smuggled her family to Russia where they were forced to fend for themselves in a Siberian labor camp.
Land of Israel
A Jewish judge and an SS officer walk into a salon in the Land of Israel…It may sound like the start of a joke but the following is a true story.
Diaspora, Land of Israel
“I will pay you with my blood for homeland and science.”
Take a rare look inside the newspapers published by the inhabitants of the concentration camp after liberation.
Theodor Harburger’s photographs of synagogues, cemeteries and ritual objects are all that remain of the rural Jewish communities of Bavaria after the Holocaust.
In 1935, a photojournalist was sent by a Jewish news agency to document the growing anti-Semitism under the rule of Nazi Germany.
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