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As refugees streamed out of Ukraine, an Israeli man offered shelter to the descendants of the people who once saved his ancestors from the Nazis. It wasn’t quite as simple as it seemed.
How Galilee Medical Center in the northern town of Nahariya is tackling COVID-19
After an amazing feat of genealogy, a Holocaust survivor tells Yad Vashem he’s alive after all
A father passes the fighting torch to his prodigal son, and a new generation of combat athletes makes a name for the Promised Land
Every year at Christmas, Howard Kaplan sends thanks and a modest gift to the granddaughter of the woman who hid his mother from the Nazis
We sat in Weinberg’s pickup truck on a hill above a small road with a gate designed to keep civilians away from the border and safe from Hezbollah snipers. The only exceptions were the farmers whose land lay beyond the gate.
As the Washington Capitals and Vegas Golden Knights vie for the 2018 Stanley Cup, the man known as The Hockey Maven leaves the sport behind—richer than he found it in 1939
How a baseball stats nerd came to ‘interrogate the database’ of a Soviet prison in search of clues to a 70-year-old mystery
Mysterious photographs lead to some Japanese who rescued Jews from the Holocaust, with a boat, in secret
After the fall of Saigon, a Baltimore synagogue helped 15 Vietnamese become Americans
The photograph collection of a quiet Army veteran, long dead, dispels rosy myths of WWII
In the fog of war, one chaplain made a difference. So, a grateful veteran decided to learn more about the man he once knew.
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