Ramon, known as 'Israel’s first astronaut,' was killed when the Columbia shuttle exploded upon entering Earth’s atmosphere after over two weeks in orbit.
Judith Resnik will forever be part of history as the second American female astronaut—and first Jewish American—to travel in space.
Sir Nicholas Winton has been called “Britain’s Schindler” for saving 669 children, most of who were Jews, from Czechoslovakia on the eve of the Holocaust.
Meet Isaac Zuckerman and Zivia Lubetkin, two twentysomethings who fought in the Jewish underground at Warsaw and lived to tell the tale.
When Anatoly Shapiro, a Jewish officer, entered Auschwitz in January 1945, he confronted death on a scale no warfare could have prepared him for.
Berl Katznelson left his mark on a nation, as a leader of the labor movement in what would become Israel, and one of the major figures in Zionism.
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.
For years during World War II, a group of young Polish women, some of them barely out of their teens, outfoxed the Nazis.
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.