Although the Forverts reported on the battle in April 1943, few people then understood the symbolic importance of Jewish resistance.
Between 1917 and 1923 the Forverts often printed the queries of European survivors who were left homeless and unemployed.
See the funniest and most touching moments in the video series, as Lipa reacts spontaneously to people and situations as only Lipa can.
During World War II, non-Jewish Polish writers stationed in Palestine drew their imagery and symbols from the land’s scenery and Jewish way of life.
A touching, humorous essay by a Hasidic woman on the pros and cons of staying hairless under your wig or snood.
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