The Jewish neighborhood in Warsaw was denigrated as poor and dangerous but newspapers of the period reveal a diverse, dynamic Jewish community.
Rabbis and advocates now believe that the victim comes first.5
Yes, really in Mongolia.
Performing Yiddish and Hebrew songs in the Soviet Union despite the ban against it, Nechama became a symbol of hope for the silenced Jews.
Defying attempts to boycott Israeli products, the European Union has, finally, officially rejected all boycott initiatives.3
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