A century after the lights first dimmed on Wegener’s spectacle, its story, like the much older one on which it’s based, still resonates.
The skeleton of the unknown warrior lay beneath the courtyard of a ninth-century Czech castle, one hand on the pommel of an iron sword.
“You had this flourishing of democracy [in] 1918, 1945 and 1989, three great births of democracy and three powerful illiberal counterattacks.”
Michael Cohen angrily filed a defamation lawsuit against Buzzfeed when the web site published details of the so-called Steele dossier.
The special counsel in the Russia probe has evidence that President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen traveled to Prague
The monument is comprised of a replica of a train door from 1939, with the imprints of hands of children on one side, and of parents on the other.
Prague’s Old-New Synagogue received the fresh batch of Torah scrolls - a first since World War II – from Israel.
(JTA) — The company operating Prague’s subway is investigating a complaint alleging one of its employees threatened to “cut off the head” of a Jewish passenger wearing a kippah. The incident was reported last week by a member of Prague’s Bejt Simcha Reform Community, Petr Papousek, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic, told…
PRAGUE (JTA) — The U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Andrew H. Schapiro, celebrated his son’s bar mitzvah in the same synagogue that his ancestors attended before the Holocaust. The service for 13-year-old Alex Schapiro took place last Saturday in Prague’s Spanish Synagogue, which was built for a Reform congregation and is now part of…
The Jewish Museum in Prague launched a new permanent exhibition in the historic Maisel Synagogue in the Czech capital.