Monday, October 21, 2019
Jews first immigrated to Moscow in the early 13th century. They came from the Middle East, Greece, Babylonia and Persia, and many of them were merchants.
The Jewish community of Paraguay inaugurated a new Jewish museum which includes the country’s first Holocaust studies center.
This week marks one decade since Yad Vashem opened its groundbreaking database for the names of Holocaust victims.
Representatives of Russian Jews killed by Nazis 71 years ago have convinced officials to replace a memorial plaque some felt downplayed the massacre.
Two wine presses that date back some 1,500 years were discovered in the southern Israeli city of Netivot.
Among the citizens of Shanghai, there remains today a small, tightknit Jewish community.
That there was precious little popular opposition to Nazi Germany’s anti-Semitic policies will forever be to the country’s shame.
On the 43rd anniversary of the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics, the ADL commemorates those who lost their lives to this terror.
Fifteen Auschwitz survivors, aged between 80 to 94, returned this Monday to the notorious death camp, Auschwitz, some for the first time.
In the 1950’s, homemaker Ruth Handler was having trouble finding toys to satisfy her daughter.


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