Robert Moses dominated New York City like no man before him, and like none has since.
The Hadassah Women’s Organization is a vernacular part of the Jewish vocabulary.
You might be surprised to learn that the French Republic has had not one but two Jewish Prime Ministers.
One of 11 children, Yossef Romano was a big, but gentle man.
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.
The story of Lauren Bacall’s life is almost as seductive as her celebrated voice.
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.
The legendary mime Marcel Marceau was famous around the world. But perhaps his most impressive acts have mostly gone unknown.
Abraham Zacuto helped two countries to become among the richest and most powerful nations on earth. Yet he was kicked out of both.
Angelo Donati was the Jewish Raoul Wallenberg—a diplomat who worked tirelessly to save the lives of Jews during the Holocaust.