Jan Karski was a man on a mission. A mission so important to Karski that it remained his life’s purpose more than 60 years after he was first assigned it.
Henry Roth had a hard life but it made for excellent writing.
For millions around the world, Elie Wiesel was and remains a vital voice of the Holocaust.
Modigliani belongs to one of the art world's most revered moments in time, when artists converged on Paris to produce work that shaped 20th century art.
Ben-Yehuda, an ardent Zionist, believed it was shared language that would help turn the Jewish people from a diaspora to a united nation.
Baruch Spinoza, the “prince of philosophers,” is considered by many to be a standard by which other philosophers model themselves.
When he died, Joseph Pulitzer left a vast estate and one of the most prestigious legacies in the world of English language writing.
Pearl lived a short but meaningful life. The Jewish journalist was murdered by terrorists and used his last moments to speak words that went down in infamy.
Sassoon was more than a legendary styling tycoon who revolutionized the world of hair care--he was a family man, a humanitarian, and a passionate Zionist.
Sophie Tucker, sometimes called the "First Lady of Show Business" and the "Last of the Red Hot Mamas," is a Jewish cultural icon.