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.
When World War I broke out in August 1914, Dassault, 22, was one of the few with an aeronautical engineering background.
Benoit Mandelbrot was a mathematician who engaged directly with the world.
Sharansky has served as the chairman of the Jewish Agency since June 2009. But his past is much more complex and not so well known.
Danny Kaye may be remembered for hits like “White Christmas,” but it was his humanitarian work that endeared this Jewish mensch to the world at large.
Spying comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes, depending on time and place and, of course, who is spying on whom.
George Burns was more than just a beloved Jewish icon. He is one of the few people whose career spanned vaudeville, radio, film and television.
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.
Lansky was a man with a notorious reputation--a founding father of the National Crime Syndicate, one of the most infamous organized crime groups ever.
Dreyfus, a Jewish military officer who was falsely convicted of spying for Germany, characterized Europe’s anti-Semitism at the turn of the 20th century.