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WWII Refugees Write Heartfelt Letters To Syrian Refugee Children
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3 Powerful Lessons About Failure And Success
Growing up, we're not really taught about failure. We're pressured to be perfect, get good grades and play it safe. Many people fear failure and don't know how to deal with it, let alone overcome it. Here's what I've learned about failure and success.
Belzec: Past and Present
AJC Chief Executive Officer, Edward and Sandra Meyer Office of...
During World War II, Belzec, a small town in southeastern Poland, was one of the main Nazi death camps in the occupied country, along with Auschwitz-Birkenau, Chelmno, Majdanek, Sobibor and Treblinka.
The Art of Moshe Rynecki
My great-grandfather, Moshe Rynecki, was split between affinities: on the one hand, he was a painter of traditional Jewish life in Poland, settling his gaze upon scenes of synagogue, teaching, labor and leisure. On the other hand, his self-portraits reveal a man apart from the world he depicted.
PHOTOS: This D-Day, We Remember The Brave Chaplains Of WWII
On Being a Not-So-Peaceful Warrior: Lessons From My Mother's Diary
Lover of questions and music, of living soulfully and creative...
Once again, I have to turn toward this war-like part of myself with curiosity and compassion so that I can train her, and train her well. I thought I had done most of that work, but opportunities for training and fine tuning my warrior self are on-going.
These Photos Show WWII History Just Beneath The Surface Of Our Cities
Jewish Heir Searching for Lost Family Art
My great grandfather saw his role as documenting the world around him; I see mine as uncovering and sharing a world that was lost.
The Colonel and the President
Author, 'The Mantle of Command: FDR at War, 1941-1942' and 'Am...
What You Didn't Know About Rosie The Riveter
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What Did The Chief Test Pilot For The A-Bomb Want His Grandson To Know?
LOOK: Churchill & Stalin's Wild Drunken Night
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Austria: Compulsory Military Service Haunted by the Ghosts of Stalingrad?
Senior Fellow, EastWest Institute; Editor, The Diplomat Magazi...
An Eyewitness Account Of Kristallnacht
New Show Features Photos Of Muslims Who Saved Jews During World War II
PHOTOS: Aldwych Tube Station To Open This Weekend For 70th Anniversary Of WW2 Raids On London
Our Holocaust, but Not Ours Only
This coming Sunday evening in Israel and around the Jewish world, is the Holocaust Remembrance Day. I will renew my vow: Never Again! Not just for us -- the Jews -- only, but for all of humanity.
The Eleventh Commandment
Stirring the pot...
It would have been nice and convenient if God had made it all a little clearer, like an Eleventh Commandment that said "thou shalt not
Political cartoonist syndicated by the NYTimes worldwide
'Inglourious Basterds' Praised By Jewish Community
Watching Inglourious Basterds In A Room Full of Jews
German Law Clears All Its WW2 Nazi "Traitors"
Time Bomb: The Price of Nuclear Weapons
Full time high school student, hopeful writer and a little bit...
Children laughing. Parents yawning, scrambling desperately for that first cup of coffee. A city blinking away the remnants of dreams from its tired eyes - just another Monday morning. Then nothing. Silence.
Robert Reynolds Studio: No Man's Islands
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Art critic, curator, essayist based in Los Angeles.
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